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New Law in China Impacts Foreign Missionary Businesses

Foreign missionaries in China that have started businesses were hit with a new law last week, when Beijing announced its ‘Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law’. The ‘Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law’ orders foreign missionaries who are running businesses in China to make decisions which act against their own homelands and give their loyalty to China. Any business or company that acts in accordance to

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Prayers Needed for Mission Conference

Next Tuesday, 21 different mission organizations representing different denominations from all over Sweden, will gather for the first time to pray and strategize how to work together to complete the Great Commission. BTJ has been invited to share together with our friends and partners, LJUS I ÖSTER, about the needs and the work on the ground in the most unreached

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ISIS and China Gain Influence in Africa

It is being reported that Boko Haram’s leader Abubakar Shekau is dead. He blew himself up after refusing surrender to warriors of ISWAP (Islamic State West Africa Province), a rival terrorist group and ISIS affiliate, who were chasing him. Both Boko Haram and ISWAP have been terrorizing Northern Nigeria for many years. As well as killing, looting, and kidnapping civilians,

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