DPR Korea progress: Funds coming in, book to mention project
|Planning continues and support keeps coming in to The Fuller Center home-building and peacemaking initiative in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea).
The Fuller Center is in the process of seeking and securing major and minor donors so that the first team of volunteers, led by Don Mosley, founder of Jubilee Partners, can be sent to launch the building of two homes.
In the meantime, Mosley has just completed a new book, "Faith Beyond Borders: Doing Justice in a Dangerous World," to be published May 1. The book contains a chapter (read it here!) about the Korea effort as well as a foreward by Fuller Center co-founder Linda Fuller. It is available for purchase via cokesbury.com.
Mosley was a longtime friend and associate of FCH founder Millard Fuller, served on the Habitat International Board and is a member of The Fuller Center Advisory Council. He is a crucial part of the Korea team–organizing, planning and helping the progress of the project (visit the DPRK page to learn about the rest of the team).
- President David Snell is in continual contact with the team working in Korea to make plans for the 50-home community to be built with The Fuller Center at Osun-Ri in the outskirts of Pyongyang, the capital of DPRK.
- Enough volunteers for the first few work teams have already signed up (interested? sign up here). Mosley will lead the initial teams.
- Mosley wrapped up a speaking and fundraising tour across Canada and the United States where he sparked interest amidst Bruderhof, Hutterites, Mennonites and other churches, schools and communities.
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