Success! Last night, the first operational test was conducted for Operation Black Trumpet and it was a complete success!
Operation Black Trumpet is a project that was launched by Back to Jerusalem two months ago, to provide back door tunnel access to Bibles for Christians in closed nations. Operation Black Trumpet is the first project of its kind to allow Christians in closed nations unique access to Bibles on the Internet without being detected.
Operation Black Trumpet is just one of the many projects that have been carried out by those who have attended the BTJ Hacker’s Conferences – where Christian hackers from all around the world come together to find unique ways to spread the Gospel in closed nations.
BTJ partners in the Middle East reached out to BTJ and asked for help in developing a tool that would allow them to have access to electronic Bibles without detection. BTJ hackers immediately responded and today, we have our first operational units to provide exactly what was asked for from our partners on the ground.
We are so excited! What we have developed is truly ground breaking and will be able to help thousands of believers have access to God’s Word instantaneously for the first time. At the same time, this new tool will potentially save thousands of lives. We now have a new tool that has never been used before in the history of missions and we believe it will truly change the way that missions is done in Middle Eastern nations.
Tonight, we are truly praising God!
Because of the nature of Operation Black Trumpet, further details cannot be released, but Back to Jerusalem wants to say THANK YOU to all of our supporters and prayer partners.
We especially want to say thank you to all of our GateKeepers. Without the support of BTJ GateKeepers, Operation Black Trumpet would not have been possible. The funding to support Operation Black Trumpet has been provided by the donations of BTJ GateKeepers. GateKeepers are monthly supporters who stand beside the underground house church during the time of need.
BTJ GateKeeper support has not only been used to develop Operation Black Trumpet, but has also supported ground breaking projects that are currently changing the mission field – like the BTJ pill-size Hologram Bible, the Gospel Cloud, DingDash, an e-Bible that lasts 5-7 years without charging or changing the battery, and the development of a small clandestine audio Bible that is voice activated and operated.
To learn more about becoming a BTJ GateKeeper, click here.