When Taliban militia ambushed a bus taking the highway from
"There's a real fever to try to evangelize the nations between
Paul Kim, a staff member of Fuller Theological Seminary's Korean Doctor of Ministry program, explained that Koreans see missions almost as a way to "repay debts" to Western countries that spread the gospel on their peninsula.
For Kim, the group's kidnapping is perplexing in another way. As in the
"When I heard the news, I was sad and kind of angry about why non-professional missionaries went to such a dangerous place," Kim said. At 34, Kim has done his own short stints in
[Excerpt of an article “Zeal for the Lost” by Priya Abraham, WORLD magazine]