We are excited to introduce you to our new BTJ app, available to all Apple and Android users! We are building the app in stages, and stage one has just been released to the public.
When you open the app you will receive a challenging “quote of the day” from Brother Yun, Eugene Bach, or another of the Back to Jerusalem faithful believers!
Now you can listen, read, watch, pray, and give right from the palm of your hand! The app is for anyone who is interested in being more engaged in or informed of the work of Back to Jerusalem.
Have you been following Eugene Bach’s podcast, live and unedited, directly from the field? Now you can receive and listen to the newest podcasts from our app, or access any of the 280-plus older ones. You can read all of our new articles, keeping you up-to-date with what is going on in places like North Korea, Iraq, and Iran, as well as access all of our old articles, all from the palm of your hand.
If you love to pray for ministries, there is a special section just for prayer to keep you informed and up-to-date on prayer requests and urgent needs. You can also access the 30 day prayer guide for Tibet. This is a digital guide to lead you through 30 days of specific prayers for Tibet.
There is a video section filled with content that will inform, encourage, and challenge you to a deeper walk with Christ.
As you listen, watch, read, and pray, if God lays it on your heart to give, this can be done right from the app.
The app is free, and can be downloaded from your app store. On your Android device, search for “backtojerusalem,” or on your iPhone, search for “back to Jerusalem”.
The app is still in development, with the next stage hopefully coming out in a few months. Upcoming features will include:
- App notifications
- BTJ Kids section and content, including BTJ children’s books
- Exclusive GateKeeper content including audio books
We would love to know what you think! Download the app and try it out, then send us a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org with comments, questions, or suggestions. It is our desire to give you a tool that can be used to help you be as involved as you wish with the work of Back to Jerusalem.