Detained American was missionary dispatched to China

“I knew that Jesus wanted me to be a ‘channel’ to the North”
May 6th, 2013
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SEOUL – Kenneth Bae, a Korean-American currently being detained by the North Korean government, is a trained missionary who was using his China-based tour company as a platform to bring missionaries into North Korea, NK News can confirm.

Bae was initially sent to China by the evangelical missionary organization “Youth With a Mission” (YWAM) in

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