2024 February Newsletter

The Uncut Stones

As Moses the servant of the LORD had commanded the Israelites. He built it according to what is written in the Book of the Law of Moses – an altar of uncut stones – on which no iron tool had been used. On it they offered to the LORD burnt offerings and sacrificed fellowship offerings.” Joshua 8:31 As I travel


Abolishment of British Slave Trade Linked to the First Chinese Bible Translation Two hundred years ago, China was without the Gospel. A little secret was that William Wilberforce, a Christian credited with pioneering the fight to abolish the British slave trade, was key in helping to get the first Bible into the Chinese language. The crazy untold story, and many

New BTJ Office in Sweden!

Next month, BTJ is launching a new representative office in Sweden to partner with the vision of the underground house church of China. For this exciting event, the Heavenly Man (Brother Yun), and our Back to Jerusalem friends will be coming together for a special evening, to pray for the underground house church of China on Tuesday, 16 January 2024

Underground Bible Recording in Bhutan

Bhutan is a small and mysterious nation nestled in the Himalayan mountains. It is often referred to as the “Land of the Thunder Dragon.” Unfortunately, Bhutan remains largely unreached, with only 0. 3% of the population having been reached and a mere 0. 24% professing to believe in Christ. The majority of the underground Christian population consists of Nepalese, who

Back to Jerusalem Martyrs Scholarship Fund

Pastor Joel (not his real name) is a BTJ partner preaching the Gospel in the Himalayan mountains, but because of his faith, he is persecuted by the government. In his region, the government doesn’t only harass him for his belief in Jesus Christ, but they also punish his family. Two years ago, Pastor Joel’s daughter no longer had the opportunity

BTJ Afghanistan Underground Orphan Network

For the first time, BTJ has started working with orphaned children in Afghanistan like Aisha (not her real name). Aisha has three siblings (pictured) and was left homeless when both of her parents were killed in an earthquake late last year. BTJ provided food and winter clothing for her and her siblings after the earthquake, and shared about the love

Kids Books

Reading forms our imagination. It shows us possibilities we could not have imagined for ourselves and it opens doors to new worlds which invite us to explore and look at ourselves in a different way. In our children’s books we want to invite children into the world of the persecuted church and of mission—not to frighten them, but in order