Our last day in Seoul was spent at the Pyongyang Cheil (Peace First) Church. Sunday at the church was very full of activity. There are 4 worship services.We were picked up and arrived at the church in time for the second service. The choir and sanctuary were both very large. After that service, we were taken to one of the church’s restaurants for lunch. We were honoured to have lunch with the senior pastor.
We then made our way back to the main sanctuary for the third service at which Baruch spoke. there were several thousand people there. He taught on John 20:1-9, “Signs in the Tomb.”
After the service, Baruch was interviewed by a writer for a magazine. They were very professional and had some great questions.
We were so blessed by many of the people there. A servant attitude is stressed and certainly everyone dealing with us exemplified this gift. We were provided with lovely meals, rides back and forth for every event, escorts to all locations and conversation which was uplifting and encouraging of one another.