2022 June Newsletter

Letter from the Office

BTJ Office in Poland: This is War (and I’ve accepted it) How did it happen that BTJ is actively involved in the support of war refugees fleeing Ukraine? What is our role and core activities? How did it even happen that BTJ has an office in Poland?! I don’t think it will surprise anyone that it all started through Brother

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New Children’s Book

Too Good to Be True by Amy Parker When I first started working with Eugene Bach to help write children’s books for Back to Jerusalem, it all seemed too good to be true. He already had the series overview, there were no crazy deadlines, and they immediately accepted my proposed fee. They were kind, encouraging, easy to work with, and

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Somalia: The Land That Allah Forgot

“[Somalia] is one of the most forgotten places in the world,” says Jan Egeland, U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Humanitarian Relief Coordinator. Jan is not wrong. Somalia has ongoing clan-based wars that rage against locals and foreigners alike, so most choose to not travel there. The devastating civil unrest has killed an estimated 500,000 during the civil war and

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BTJ GateKeepers

What are Gatekeepers and how are they defined within Back to Jerusalem? The term “Gatekeeper” usually refers to guards who are put in place to protect property or things from harm. This is why the BTJ Gatekeepers are so precious. BTJ Gatekeepers are those who faithfully give 25 USD each month. We know that they have prayerfully committed their resources

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Time for a Vision Trip

Thanksgiving is creeping up on us and we’d better be ready. Sick of the turkey? How about some freshly slaughtered sheep, roasted on a fire outside, shared with people from different continents? Or would you like to spend some time in the lands of the Bible, and meet with believers whose churches go back to apostolic times? Or perhaps you

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