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NEW BOOK BY BTJ

If you are reading this, then you are an Iraqi. Just…think about that sentence for a moment. Your family originally comes from Iraq. Iraq is the cradle of civilization and all of our roots come from there, but lately it has experienced murder, slavery, ethnic cleansing and rape of Christians and other minorities. In our latest book, Genocide in the

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A CHRISTMAS PRAYER REQUEST

When Pastor Abel founded the Living Stone church (活石教会) 6 years ago in the western city of Guiyang, there were only about 20 attendees. It was a small, illegal fellowship that rented a small apartment to meet. Pastor Abel was young and not well-educated, but he had already been preaching in the rural areas of Guizhou Province when he started

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No School in North Korea

While it is easy to dismiss oral reports of human rights abuses, video footage is much harder to deny or forget. Brave unnamed sources in North Korea have filmed North Korean children doing hard physical labor on railroad construction. The Daily Mirror, a British newspaper, obtained the footage and published it on-line.    To demand of the general population to

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Remember the Persecuted Christians this Christmas

Don’t want to be a Debby-downer this Christmas?  I understand.  No one really wants to bring everyone down during Christmas talking about hungry children, orphans, or war refugees.  The LAST thing you want to bring up at a joyful Christmas party is Christian persecution.  Ugghhhh. Yuck!  Some people just want to watch football and enjoy their sugar cream pie (assuming

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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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