Mike Wittmer: Escaping from the Prison Camp

Chris —  January 10, 2013 — Leave a comment

In this post, Mike Wittmer mentions that he has a new book coming out on faith and doubt. I’m looking forward to it! In the mean time, here is a brief devotion well worth reading:

Shin Dong-hyuk was born into a North Korean prison camp, where he lived until he was twenty-three. Shin never thought to escape, for he didn’t imagine that life was any different on the other side of the electrified fence. Then he met a new prisoner who had lived in Pyongyang and traveled to China. Park told Shin about the outside world, especially that people enjoyed pork and boiled chicken rather than the rats and insects Shin ate to survive. So one evening Shin and Park dropped the firewood they were collecting and ran toward the fence. . .

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