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Urgent Need in Iran

Heavy floods have devastated the south-eastern area of Iran, on the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan. This is one of the poorest areas in Iran. Thousands have been displaced and an unknown number of people have died. The severe rainfall and flooding blocked roads, destroyed houses and displaced thousands of people in southeastern provinces of Kerman as well. Massive flooding

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A hidden Christmas

‘On those living in the land of deep darkness a light has dawned’ Isaiah 9:2 We prepare to celebrate the coming of Immanuel. And not just us. All over the world, Christians celebrate (be it on different dates) the coming of Christ to earth. The persecuted church celebrates too. Often in secret. And when public festivities are allowed, there is

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BTJ 30 Days of Prayer for Syria

BTJ is starting 30 Days of prayer for Syria. Please consider joining us. This will NOT be a normal 30 days of prayer.  It will be broken up into three phases of prayer of 10 days per phase. Few places in the world are like Syria. The war in Syria has been in the news and Christians are wondering what

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A Battle for Souls

Our previous articles have highlighted renewed persecution in China, as well as the system of prison camps, where both Muslim minorities and Christians are being held without trail. But what is going on behind the scenes? Potential for repression This massive wave of religious persecution came unexpected for many, but looking back it was inevitable. When there is revival and

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A Look Inside China’s Secret Prison System

You have heard about the re-education camps inside China, but where are they and what do they look like inside for the prisoners? Here is a basic overview What is a Re-education Camp? A re-education camp is basically a prison that were introduced in China since the new religious laws were implemented last year. They operate outside of the legal

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Creating a Christian underclass

In countries where the church is persecuted, Christians are often poor, lower-class people. There are several reasons for this. In Pakistan for example, the Christian minority largely comes from lower caste Hindus who converted to Christianity while the country was under British rule. In modern Pakistan, they remain largely working class, with some groups working as virtual slaves in fields

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