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The Drop Box. a moving Christian act of love in a hostile world

“In December 2009, a Korean pastor named Lee Jong-rak built a wooden “drop box” on the outer wall of his home. But the box wasn’t intended for clothing, food, or school supplies, it was meant to collect unwanted babies.

 When “the drop box” “or “baby box” was constructed a few years ago, it flew completely under the radar of Korean government officials. However, as more and more children arrive in this box every week, the nation is starting to take notice.

 Lee knows that his little wooden box isn’t the best solution, but his plight points to a much larger issue of abandonment, both in Korea, and across the globe.

 As a simple man, with little education and no public notoriety, Lee was voiceless, much like the children he has sworn to protect.

 Soon, the whole world will know his story.”

source :  above quote taken from the site, The Drop Box



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5 thoughts on “The Drop Box. a moving Christian act of love in a hostile world

  1. Pingback: God’s Promise For You Today 2/17/2013 | The Promise Book

  2. Wow, thanks for sharing. What can we do in Seoul to help?

  3. A church here, in a poverty stricken area of Johannesburg in South Africa, started this in 1999! God has blessed so many precious little babies this way. It breaks my heart how they are left abandoned in parks 😦
    They are called Door of Hope

    • It is truly a blessing that these little babies have found shelter, care and love through the Door of Hope. What a tragedy that these little babies are abandoned in this way. God bless the Door of Hope and may they continue to always find support and strength to help them continue their wonderful mission in His Grace. Blessings and Peace of the Lord to you!!!!!!!

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