ICC tries to spread the Gospel into North Korea
In North Korea, arguably the most restrictive nation in the world, creativity is essential when reaching out to those in need. Because delivering Bibles within the country was not an option, International Christian Concern found a way to introduce Scripture into the reclusive nation from afar.
Each month, ICC casts hundreds of bottles into the river that are filled with rice and a USB drive containing Gospel texts. The bottles either wash up on the shores of North Korea or are picked up by North Korean fishermen.
In addition to sharing the Gospel with the unreached, the rice helps those who suffer hunger because of the country’s governmental policies and economic decline.