Become a Voice of the Martyrs!
From translating resources to recording radio broadcasts to preparing meals with North Korean defectors, there are many things you can do at Voice of the Martyrs Korea to serve the persecuted church around the world!
Want to find out more? Click here to fill out our Volunteer Interest form, or contact our office at 02-2065-0703.
Voice of the Martyrs Korea is constantly in the process of discovering, acquiring, translating, and distributing Christian resources to the persecuted church around the world. We also translate testimonies from the persecuted church and distribute these to the church around the world. And you can be part of this process! Level ranges from basic to advanced translation.
Every book and Newsletter you see at our public events or on our website is hot off VOMK’s own printing press! You can become part of the team who operates this printing press and help distribute books about the persecuted church to Christians around the world! Staff will guide, watch and instruct volunteers, so there is no prior printing experience needed!
Voice of the Martyrs also provides discipleship materials to the underground church around the world through radio, USB, and electronic resources. This allows churches in areas where printed resources are dangerous (North Korea, China, Middle East) safer and more secure access to discipleship materials. You can help record, transcribe, or edit these resources.
Ministry doesn’t just take place in persecuted countries around the world; it also takes place in Korea. If you’re in the Jeongneung area, consider working alongside our staff and helping around the office for the day! Depending on the day, you could help by cleaning, preparing lunch, answering phones, packing book orders or working alongside staff.
There are several odd jobs at Voice of the Martyrs Korea that might just need someone of your talents, so even if you aren’t sure of how you would like to volunteer, please list any and all interests and skills you have and our staff will try to find the right fit for you. Our goal is not to get your support as we serve the persecuted church, but to support you in your Biblical calling to “remember those in prison as though you were in prison with them” (Hebrews 13:3).