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Murdered missionaries laid to rest

Back to Jerusalem is a movement founded on a willingness to suffer and sacrifice for the gospel. Last spring, a young Chinese brother and sister payed the ultimate price when they were abducted and later killed by ISIS terrorists in Pakistan. Their death was an embarrassment for Pakistan, a country that has a great economical interest in keeping Chinese ex-pats

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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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BTJ’s New Children’s Book Deemed Too Radical for Bookstores

Back to Jerusalem is introducing a series of new books that might be too radical for most Christian book stores. “These books are great, but I am afraid that they may be too heavy on miracles for the mainstream Christian market,” said one Christian publishing executive. “We would love to introduce them to several Christian book stores, but because there

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Christian Mother in Prison in North Korea

Inside North Korea, working behind the bamboo curtain, BTJ missionaries have been risking their lives to smuggle in Bibles. BTJ missionaries from China are smuggling thousands of small electronic bibles into the nation right under the noses of the North Korean guards. If they are caught, they could be beaten, thrown into prison, or worse. Every day, BTJ missionaries from

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Young Chinese Couple Abducted and Killed by ISIS

Chinese pastors have confirmed that two young Chinese workers were killed by ISIS. Pakistan’s military sent in security forces last week to conduct operations in Mastung, where there Chinese were being held. The two Chinese nationals have been identified as Li Xinheng (left) and Lu Ling Lina by the Pakistani Police, who provided the pictures to the European Pressphoto Agency

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