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“Dropping-off” the kids….

Leslie Brown

This story is from South Korea, but no matter; it applies to all of us. Life is precious. It is since we have disregarded it as a society, “flipping G-d the bird” with this Commandment in particular, that our country has gone down the cra**er.

Aware of the heartbreaking reality that babies are discarded like so much trash, a tender-hearted South Korean man did something about it.

The more innocent the victim, the more heinous the crime. Could it be we have collectively seared our consciences as a world and nation when we arrogantly told G-d that WE could choose when life began and ended?

It looks like what you would use to drop off your mail, but that’s not what he finds inside. He actually collects other people’s babies… to save their lives. Pastor Lee Jong-rak from the Jusarang Church in Seoul South Korea asks people to place their unwanted children in the box instead of dumping them on the street or in the trash.

So they do.

The pastor created this drop box to save the many unwanted children there are in South Korea. Instead of being left to die, he asks parents to place them in the box. The box is heated, equipped with smoke detectors and is attached to the church. Hundreds of babies are abandoned, and typically end up dying in Seoul every year.

But this pastor wanted to save those innocent children.

You wouldn’t think that it’s possible that so many children are left to die in the streets, but it is. The terrible truth is that the pastor’s drop box and ministry helps save the lives of countless children.

If you’d like to donate to Pastor Lee or his wonderful ministry, please visit

We think what this pastor is doing is incredible. Share his wonderful mission and message with others.

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