This man, Kim Jong Un, leader of North Korea, is guilty of the imprisonment and torture of 30,000 of your brothers and sisters in Christ.

He demands their confession.

What would you confess to him?

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Our Letter of Confession

“A witness saw a young woman who folded her hands in a praying fashion when the SSD [State Security Department] interrogated her. The SSD suspected therefore that she was a Christian. They took her to another room and beat her until she confessed.”
—Testimony before the United Nations Human Rights Council

Now is the time to make our confession to Kim Jong Un. We declare that we will remain loyal to the one true God and continue to stand with our persecuted family members in North Korea.

We know what is happening in North Korea. We commit to telling the world about the crimes of its leader and to do everything in our power to assist our persecuted family there.

We invite you to add your voice in support of North Korean Christians by digitally signing the Letter of Confession. We will deliver these letters to North Korea’s representatives to the United Nations.

Read more about the plight of Christians in North Korea.

Frequently Asked Questions

To: Mr. Kim Jong Un,
    Leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea)

I am a Christian. I believe in the one supreme God and in salvation only through His Son, Jesus, who died on the cross for my sins and for the sins of all who confess Him and place their trust in Him.

I am aware of the treatment of Christians in your nation. I am aware that Christians are tortured, imprisoned and even executed simply for confessing their belief in God and His Son, Jesus Christ, and for their willingness to share their faith with others, even though your nation’s constitution guarantees freedom of religious choice.

I am aware that the ideology of your nation, called Juche, was modeled after the Holy Bible, distorted and forced upon your nation’s citizens. I am aware that the three Persons of the Triune God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) of the Bible have been replaced in your ideology with your own family members as the only “supreme leaders.”

I am aware that when citizens of your nation act in any way to threaten the stability of your nation’s ideology and your own “supremacy,” they, along with their immediate family members, face an average 15-year sentence in one of your many concentration camps. I am aware that hundreds of thousands of such individuals have been imprisoned in these camps, enduring “unspeakable atrocities,” and that few have emerged alive.

In the knowledge of the above, I confess that I will do everything in my power to make the truth of the realities of your nation known to the free world. I will do everything in my power to support those who courageously choose to follow Christ and be His witnesses in the face of such persecution and even death.

I will do everything in my power to ensure that the saving message of the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ reaches the citizens of your nation. I will pray that your nation’s citizens will be freed from the spiritual bondage that is forced upon them.

I confess that I will pray for you, Mr. Kim Jong Un, for your repentance and salvation, and for the softening of your heart toward your nation’s citizens. I will pray that the evil perpetrated by you and your government, in seeking to spiritually enslave your nation’s people, will cease to exist.

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