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BTJ Missionary Training Center

Deep behind enemy lines… Serving orphans, delivering babies, working beside farmers, preaching on fishing boats, teaching at Muslim schools, hiking into the mountains to share with unreached people groups, assisting local police departments, providing dental care, hosting prayer at five in the morning, learn new languages, holding baptisms, planting churches, preaching in prison, and training with fellow missionaries from the 10/40

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Travel With us to Bhutan!

Bhutan has opened their borders to us!!! Come join us on our newest adventure-our very first Vision-Casting Prayer Walk through one of the most secluded countries; Bhutan. This small Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge is known for its monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs) and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. We will be exploring

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Pastors in China on Lockdown and Google is Helping

Official pastors in China are on lockdown and GOOGLE is helping. Only five years ago, Chinese President Xi Jiping and members of his team were meeting together with underground house church members in Beijing trying to convince them to register. Many pastors throughout China accepted President Xi’s offer and now they are severely restricted in what they are allowed to

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No competition in the kingdom

A big threat to ministry is a lack of humility. A leader in church or mission can have ‘too much pride to carry the authority God gave him’. In such cases it is a sign of God’s favour to be humbled by Him. In our latest podcast, pastor Jeff Dollar tells about his own experiences of being humbled and about

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Inside North Korea’s New Mobile Phone

Introducing North Korea’s new smart phone and tablet – the Pyongyang 2423 and the Pyongyang 3404. Both of these items are a step forward and two steps back. According to www.dailynk.com, these phones were released last year, but we are just seeing evidence of them now. The internal capabilities of these two devices rival most older lower market items available

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