American missionary Kenneth Bae was convicted and sentenced to 15-years of hard labor in a North Korean work camp. Facing physcial and psychological torture he became the longest-held American prisoner in North Korea since the Korean War. Instead of focusing on his plight, hear how Kenneth surrendered his desire of freedom to God for the sake of the people of North Korea. God needs your prayers for the people of the world who are trapped in darkness.
In the 25 years that "Open Doors International" has monitored persecution it is reported the problem has reached "unprecedented levels." Could we in the United States be next? What can we do to stop the atrocities? Jay Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice joined the 700 Club Interactive to talk about the current situation in the Middle East for Christians.