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NEW BTJ Children’s Book

Children are a blessing from the Lord, but so often when we talk about world missions at church, children are left out. Maybe things have not changed that much from when children were blocked from coming to Jesus in Matthew 19:13, but Jesus taught all of us the importance of children when he responded by saying, “Suffer little children, and

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Christian Mother in Prison in North Korea

Inside North Korea, working behind the bamboo curtain, BTJ missionaries have been risking their lives to smuggle in Bibles. BTJ missionaries from China are smuggling thousands of small electronic bibles into the nation right under the noses of the North Korean guards. If they are caught, they could be beaten, thrown into prison, or worse. Every day, BTJ missionaries from

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Brother Yun Tours the UK

Brother Yun’s UK tour started last week in Slough, where he was invited to be the keynote speaker at a mission event.  Although it was not planned like that, this tour has come at a time when significant things are happening in the UK. Just after the first meeting in Slough, there was the terrible attack on London bridge and

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Young Chinese Couple Abducted and Killed by ISIS

Chinese pastors have confirmed that two young Chinese workers were killed by ISIS. Pakistan’s military sent in security forces last week to conduct operations in Mastung, where there Chinese were being held. The two Chinese nationals have been identified as Li Xinheng (left) and Lu Ling Lina by the Pakistani Police, who provided the pictures to the European Pressphoto Agency

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Egyptian Coptic Christians Under Attack

It has been reported that at least 28 people were killed in Egypt after ten masked gunmen opened fire on a bus full of Coptic Christians. Men, women, and children are those among the dead, while twenty-three others are injured. Egyptian officials are now classifying this as a terror attack. The bus full of the Egyptian Coptic Christians were driving

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Letter from Office

Every two months, we at Back to Jerusalem try to highlight in our newsletter some of the projects we are involved in. From the cold mountains of North Korea to the scorching deserts of Iran and Sudan, we provide exclusive snapshot reports from the field of where the Holy Spirit is moving. However, at BTJ, projects are not who we

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Tibetan Pastor Dying of Cancer

Special Report  Tibetan Pastor Dying of Cancer My name is Amdo and I am Tibetan. My family descends from a long line of Tibetan Buddhists, but that religious heritage which has brought bondage to generations of my family ends with me. I have been set free by Jesus Christ. I grew up in the Himalayan mountains in western China. Like

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