The KRIN is a decentralized, action-oriented network of like-minded individuals and organizations working together for a common cause linked by a common road map and collaborative vehicles. The KRIN has a simple leadership structure and is made up of partners and volunteers. It is not an organization and there is no membership.
The KRIN provides a framework for networking and collaborative action. The framework addresses how local to global partners can work together across 12 Service Sectors applied to select Regions of focus. The network provides a venue for information sharing, resource mobilization, preparation, a coordinated response effort and evaluation and realignment of initiatives.
WHAT WE DO
Rescue People – The Church, vulnerable population, children, youth, refugees, internally displaced
Restore the Church – Church plant, Bibles, radio, media, sports, arts, meet spiritual needs
Rebuild the Community– Leadership, self-sustainable community development and transformation
PURPOSE: To mobilize and engage the Body of Christ in support of
the North Korean Church.
VISION: To see a growing, vibrant, self-sustainable North Korean
Church that is holistic, healthy and Christ-centered.
MISSION: To facilitate the establishment of a relational network for
collaborative action to prepare and empower the North
VALUES Servant hood – Faithfulness – Obedience to God
- Define empowerment strategies and methodologies for a growing, vibrant, self-sustainable North Korean Church that is holistic, healthy, and Christ-centered.
- Establish a decentralized, collaborative, action-oriented network leading to an indigenous movement working in a healthy partnership with international ministries.
- Develop a framework for collaborative action that engages local and international partners, encompasses multiple service sectors and response stages, and is focused on selected locations.
- Establish leadership, management, and participant support services.
- Collaboratively develop an Action Plan with commitment of resources
- Manage Action Plan implementation, tracking and realignment
- Recognize role models and celebrate victories.
KEY OPERATING PRINCIPLES
- Prayer is the foundation and driver of all actions in the Network
- Build self-sustainable local capacity instead of dependency on outside resources
- Services and support should be holistic – Body, Soul, Spirit
- The North Korean Church is our most valuable resource and primary customer of focus
- The North Korean Church must own and ultimately take responsibility for solutions to their problems
- Collaborative action requires co-creating the solutions
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