2022 April Newsletter

A Kingdom That Stands Firm

Dear BTJ friends, Greetings from the Netherlands! As a church, we are entering the season of Lent, remembering the sacrifice our Saviour made for us. When He was questioned by Pilate, He said, “My kingdom is not of this world. If it were, my servants would fight to prevent my arrest by the Jewish leaders. But now my kingdom is

New Book: Shackled

One of BTJ’s most anticipated books is now available. The book has already been endorsed by pastors, clergy members, and even US congressional members. For the first time ever, Mariam Ibraheem shares details of how she found herself center-stage as the nation of Sudan waged a personal war against her, her children, and her faith. In 2013, a Sharia court

2022 Year of the Bible

On Valentine’s Day 2022, a group of Hackers from the around the world flew into a bustling airport in the Middle East. The Hackers came from Europe, America, South America, Africa, the Middle East and China. They had different backgrounds in cybersecurity, data processing, government monitoring systems, and factory production, but they all had one common vision – getting the

BTJ Martyr’s Scholarship

With the drastic increase of violence against Christians in the last year, the need is now greater than ever to help the children of the persecuted church. According to the most recent 2021 survey, more than 360 million Christians “face high levels of persecution” every day. This is why BTJ is taking concrete steps to provide support for the children

The Secret Back Room

12 women gathered together in a small room in Iran. Each one excited to see the other, but being careful not to make too much noise. They are all a part of the Back to Jerusalem initiative that helps women start their own business and obtain independence. Maria (not her real name) asks all of the women to gather together

Consider GateKeepers

Join with the underground house church of China today and help complete the Great Commission! One of the world’s most wealthy individuals was asked why he didn’t design a Tony Stark house. Elon Musk answered that he had thought about it, “But then I was like, man, does it really make sense for me to spend time designing and building