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Dove lands again in India

Our Dove Sunday school teachers training program is still growing, and languages are being added every year. This summer a team of Chinese and Europeans were invited to India to train Sunday school teachers, together with our Indian partners. With its huge population of children, and many devoted followers of Jesus, India is a great place to use the Dove

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Post-Christian bewilderment about the persecuted church

Not only Christian organisations worry about the increase of persecution world wide. An interesting report was published last week, as a result of an independent enquiry commissioned by Jeremy Hunt, the UK foreign secretary. The main takeaway was that the persecution of Christians is a pressing human rights issue, and in many situations the UK government fails to recognise or

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Fufu goes to Sunday school

We love that our books and other resources travel across the globe, carrying a spark for revival and an urgency to stand with the persecuted church. Recently we received a message from a children’s class in Indiana where forty children (ages 3-12) are learning about “Around the World Missions.” Adileah the teacher, found the BTJ Fufu children’s books through a

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Don Richardson finishes his race

BTJ is saddened by the news of our friend, Don Richardson’s home-going on December 23, 2018. Most anyone in missions these days has been influenced by the life and ministry of Don.  We at BTJ are no exception. As one who joyfully laid down his life for the Gospel of Christ, we are honored to have known and worked with

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ISIS’s legacy of death

What is left of the Caliphate? Not much by ways of organisation and a geographical power base. But they left a legacy behind that the country of Iraq is only beginning to come to terms with. More than 200 mass graves have been identified in provinces formerly held by ISIS, and nobody knows how many more there are. Some graves

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When women suffer

Last Friday, Human Rights Watch published a report on sexual violence against women in North Korea. The report painted a picture of near complete lawlessness when it comes to the way women are treated by those in power. Detainees in labour camps could be singled out at any time for abuse or rape and sexual violence was common during interrogations.

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