Stephen & Joy interviewed in The Eric Metaxas Show


Jim Neathery, Stephen & Joy Yoon went all the way to NY and drop by The Eric Metaxas Show for an interview. They will be sharing insights about Joy’s new book Discovering Joy: Ten Years in North Korea in which they talk about the experiences living and working within the “Hermit Kingdom”.

Click on the podcast to hear the interview!

IGNIS Mentioned in TIME Magazine

image from TIME article

image from TIME article

What do you think of when you hear the word North Korea?

This TIME Magazine article was published one year ago from this month (August 24, 2017). It was published when political tensions were at their highest and when humanitarian work in the DPRK met many challenges to continue on-going support.

Since then, much has happened in one year's time. Tensions still exist between the US and DPRK, and there are still many uncertainties for continuing humanitarian work. However, this article is a good reminder of the good things that are happening in North Korea. It puts aside political views to look beyond the surface into the positive impact of engaging with DPRK.

The 200 Americans Living in North Korea Have Little Time Left to Leave

Many of the Americans who call North Korea home are pushing the Trump administration for new permission to return despite the travel ban.

IGNIS Article in Mission Frontiers

Mission Frontiers - May/Jun 2018 Issue

Mission Frontiers - May/Jun 2018 Issue

Mission Frontiers recently wrote an article about one of IGNIS Community's project - BUILDING HOPE - in their May/June 2018 issue. IGNIS' project was also featured as one of the extraordinary things that are happening in DPRK.

Check out IGNIS' article in Mission Frontiers' May/June 2018 issue ↓

Hope for Autism and Developmental Disabilities in the DPRK

Hope for Autism and Developmental Disabilities in the DPRK: Treatment for children with developmental disabilities is available for the first time in the DPRK. Prior to this project, no official specialized medical training or therapy existed for children with cerebral palsy or autism in the DPRK.

If you like this article, please make sure to check out IGNIS website for our current projects.