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Phillip Yancey Reflects on Missionary Work in South Korea

Phillip Yancey recently toured the Yanghwajin Foreign Missionary Cemetery, built to honor 145 missionaries in South Korea. All of the missionaries died in their adopted country. Yancey writes:

Some of the gravestones date back more than a hundred years, and the caretakers have added stainless steel plaques to recount the stories of the missionaries buried there. Some faced persecution for leading protests against the brutal ...

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