Want to share a powerful message at home to your children? Here is one THEY WILL LOVE.
We want to share an amazing story with your child about a BTJ missionary who was called to Tibet. One day the Lord told the missionary to hug a beggar on the street that was hiding in blankets. When she did, she discovered the person was stricken with leprosy and skin was falling off.
Leprosy is soooo much worse than the coronavirus, but the missionary obeyed the words that she heard God speak to her. She took the sick person home with her and served them and prayed for them.
What happened next is an amazing testimony to children that our God is STILL ALIVE and STILL ON THE THRONE. This woman is a REAL hero of the faith and we are excited to share her story to children all around the world.
This is just one of the true stories from BTJ, shared in the treasured series TALES FROM FU FU’s Forest that are only available through Back to Jerusalem at https://backtojerusalem.com/store/.
These books are the only Christian children books on the market today that tell true modern missionary stories from the field.
Not ONLY will your children read about amazing testimonies taking place today, but they will also be exposed to different cultures around the world like China, Tibet, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, and many more.
AND THERE IS MORE!
BTJ has also integrated simple Chinese into every book, so without even trying, your child will learn Chinese words while reading the book.
Think about it: Instead of looking up to sport idols or Hollywood actors – what if our children grew up reading real missionary stories of God moving in miraculous ways today? What if their heroes were individuals that gave their life to God and took the Gospel into unreached areas? What if our children could grow up and reach areas for the Gospel that our generation fails to?
That is why BTJ has made this series available.
And our first book is free for your children right now – on YouTube!
So bring your children in, push play, and we will do the rest!!!
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