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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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BTJ in the Classroom

Designing a Comparative World Religions course for an online Christian high school is an interesting proposition – probably because there are so many ways to approach it. I recently moved to a new city with my wife and children to start a job with a Christian school here in Canada, and I was asked to do just that. Actually, I

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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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BTJ EXCLUSIVE: HOW MANY CHINESE MISSIONARIES ARE THERE?

Many people often ask how many BTJ missionaries are serving outside of China. The exact number is difficult to say because there are so many Chinese living and working abroad with different underground house church networks that do not openly report their activities. The number is shrouded in secrecy because of security. For the first time ever, one network sits

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Sow in Tears, Reap in Joy

It has been said by someone (though I can’t remember whom) that the blood of the martyrs is the seed of revival. This principle can be seen in Psalm 126:6, which says, “He who goes out weeping, bearing the seed for sowing, shall come home with shouts of joy, bringing his sheaves with him” (ESV). It’s a clear Biblical principle

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How to Create a Sustainable Food Supply

Over the years, our Chinese BTJ people have gained extensive experience with greenhouses, especially with aquaponics. This technique combines the raising of fish and vegetables in one greenhouse system. In many areas, it is a challenge to get a steady supply of healthy food. Building and maintaining greenhouses is a way to bless the local population who live in places

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WHAT YOU ARE NOT BEING TOLD

Which country sends out the most missionaries per capita? And, which country receives the most missionaries? Do you know? The answers will probably surprise you. Consider the following statistics: About two thirds of the world’s population lives inside of what we call the “10/40 Window”. For those new to the world of international missions, the term “10/40 Window” refers to

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