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President Xi Secretly Meets with House Church Leaders – But Not To Pray

“Beijing has called the house church leaders back for a secret meeting,” our informant reported last week. “The leaders were asked by President Xi to return to Beijing to meet with government officials.” Nothing more could really be said about the meeting. We at Back to Jerusalem have not reported about the meeting until it concluded. President Xi and the

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North Korea on the Brink of War

The world watches as two of its leaders are at each other’s throats. The aggressive threats that have been the trade mark of the Kim regime in the DPRK for many years, are now responded to in kind by the US president. It seems the Kim regime is particularly angered by the word ‘rocket man’, used by Trump in his

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Prayer and Praise for Prisoners

In the midst of worries and war talk, let’s pause a moment and thank God for the great news that our brother pastor Hyeon Soo Lim was released from prison. He was sentenced to a lifetime of hard labour after he was arrested in the beginning of 2015, while doing NGO work in North Korea. His family, church and government

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Count the Cost and Carry the Cross

Do you ever wonder why the Church in China and the 10/40 window is so lively, while the Church in the West is so sleepy and ineffective? Now hold on a second – this statement is obviously a broad, sweeping generalization. Not all churches and believers in the West are sleepy and ineffective, and I would imagine that the reverse

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5 Ways to Expose Children to Missions

As Christian parents, we all want to provide a godly world view for our children, but how do we do that? In today’s globally interconnected world, where our children’s attention is constantly competing with Internet, computer games, mass marketing, and peer pressure, it is increasingly difficult to cut through the noise to instill the teachings of Christ. Our hope is

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