Eugene Bach

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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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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CHILLING! North Korea Threatens to Use Children as Suicide Bombers

A chilling message from the North Korean Youth League warns that the “earth will break’ if it launches an attack. According to the latest reports, they are prepared to use the 5 million children in their Youth League to attack their enemies by strapping them with nuclear bombs.  The Youth League (Central Committee of the Kimilsungist-Kimjongilist Youth League) is a

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FAMILY TRIP TO IRAQ WITH BTJ

My family and I are home from our short adventure into northern Iraq, and I just wanted to take a moment and write very briefly about the journey. There is no way that I can write everything that took place, and I have no intention to. This will be bullet point thoughts. We will enjoy sharing though as we get

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