The landmark Summit between President Trump and President Kim Jong-Un of North Korea is scheduled for June 12 in Singapore. In addition to nuclear disarmament (of course), pray for President Kim to release his brutal and inhumane treatment of his own people:


As people of prayer, we want to lean on God’s Word and claim His promises. Open Doors
Founder Brother Andrew reminds us that our prayers “can go where we cannot … there are no borders, no prison walls, no doors that are closed to us when we pray.”
We invite you to join us in daily prayer for our brothers and sisters in Christ in North Korea. Here are suggested prayer points that highlight critical needs.
Pray that Kim will be convinced to release the more than 50,000-plus Christians unjustly
held in detention centers and prison camps throughout the country.
Pray that Kim will loosen age-old requirements that residents attend indoctrination
classes and display and bow to Kim family portraits.
Pray that Kim will lift information embargoes and allow his people greater access to radio shows, TV programs, and websites.
Pray that Kim will allow for the creation of new churches where North Koreans can freely worship outside of the one “show church” that currently exists.
Pray that the underground church In North Korea would grow in boldness and be ready
for widespread evangelism efforts when the opportunity arises.
Pray that extended families who have been separated across North and South Korea may
be reunited.
Pray that organizations like Open Doors will be allowed access to provide Christian
training and resources to believers in North Korea.
Pray that other relief and aid organizations would gain entrance to provide relief aid,
trauma care, and other needed services.
Pray that North Korea’s economic and social infrastructure will find reform—that
children will no longer be forced into labor, that preschoolers will no longer be indoctrinated, that roadways will be made safe.
Pray that North Korea’s food supply would be enriched through education and
increased trade, so that the 2 in 5 who are currently undernourished will be provided with adequate nutrition.
Pray that parents will ultimately be able to freely share their faith with their children
and raise them to know Jesus.
Pray that U.S. and other world leaders would put in place the right sanctions, pressures,
encouragements and opportunities to restore peace and well-being for North Koreans and their neighbors.

From “North Korea Info and Action Guide:”


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