Numerous individuals have preceded us on the mission field, some of whom we are familiar with, while many others remain unknown to us. This sparked the idea of “legacy” for us at BTJ. Bethany explains the depth found in books from the past, emphasizing the importance of learning from past mistakes. Perhaps we should utilize the wisdom acquired through decades on the mission field to our advantage and reclaim the knowledge gained from these individuals.
Why have so many been forgotten? The enemy wants us to forget what we have learned. Let us not forget the lessons learned and the agony that was borne upon the backs of those who came before us. Get excited about these repackaged older books and discover how they have survived through the years and been preserved.
There seems to be an undeniable ‘dumbing down‘ pervasive in Christian literature today. Many Christian books deliberately oversimplify the complexity of God’s Word and the struggles of man and this has arguably created a weak Christian culture unable to answer difficult questions about faith.
Good news! Griffith John’s book, “A VOICE IN THE DARKNESS” is a book that is written out of his 60 years in China. He was the first to describe China in his writings to those in his home country who had no knowledge of it. Griffith John made a statement that is beginning to hold true for Western nations: “they bargain with their gods, just as they do with each other, and their religion becomes a purely commercial transaction.”
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