Mobilizing Friendship

Love your enemies…”
― Jesus, Mt. 5:44

One of the best ways to heal division and transform conflict is to care about the needs of the other. When parties in conflict begin to sincerely care about each other’s needs, they can find ways to collaborate. In working together on shared goals, they become partners. Eventually, they may learn to trust one another and even become friends. Enemies are capable of joining hands to transform their relationship and serve the common good.

Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy to a friend.”
― Martin Luther King Jr.

In a desire to love Korean people and transform the current animosity between my nation and their nation, I have traveled in and out of the DPRK and partnered with humanitarian aid and development projects since 2010. I have had the honor of meeting amazing people who devote themselves to care for children and the sick. I have witnessed their diligent service and count it a joy to partner with them.

Special Projects
Click below to support the well being of children and the chronically ill:

Read about Feeding Children in the DPRK (north Korea)

Contribute to Child Nutrition
Contribute to HOPE for Hepatitis

“Hate cannot drive out hate. Only love can do that.”
― Martin Luther King, Jr.

Although any American can join me in small actions to advocate for an end to the war in Korea, I also welcome partners to join me in serving the practical needs of our neighbors in north Korea through acts of kindness and generosity. If you would like to know more ways to move toward the DPRK in friendship, let’s talk further.

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