BTJ is hosting our annual Hacker’s Conference soon and we are asking for believers around the world to join us in prayer, as we tackle some of the greatest challenges facing the church in 2022.
The Gospel battlefield is more digital today than it has ever been before and persecution against Christians is aggressively aided by modern technology. The rules of engagement on the mission field keeps changing, which means that we must adapt and overcome.
To adapt to this ever-changing environment and to get the Gospel into the hands of people in hostile nations, BTJ hosts an annual Hacker’s conference with believers who specialize in cyberwarfare, technological tactics, and virtual engagement. This is a new regiment of spiritual warfare that Christians have not been focused on until now. Christian hackers are secretly joining BTJ from the ranks of Facebook, Google, military intelligence, and even foreign state departments. These attendees are Christians who want to use their specialties to aid the spreading of the Gospel in closed nations and the completion of the Great Commission.
If you think that BTJ hackers are only sitting at desks and breaking into foreign computers, you would be wrong. BTJ hackers are finding new ways to get beyond the enemy’s control barriers, tear down virtual walls that enslave unbelievers, and get Truth into dark regions to set captives free. BTJ hacker team leaders have created electronic tools that can by-pass the restrictions put in place by governments and large companies. One of these tools is the Gospel Cloud – a unit that we have used in Iran which by-passes the Internet and allows private access to an independent server, so that Christians can download Bibles, teaching materials, music, and videos.
We have also created a digital Bible that fits in the palm of your hand, which can be read without changing or charging the battery for 7 years.
Our most unique product, which is not available anywhere else in the world, is called a hologram Bible and allows Christians to have access to the Bible from a unit that is the size of a small pill.
This month, computer programmers, code writers, hackers, and gamers will join us for the 2022 BTJ Hacker’s Conference and we desperately need your prayers, as we approach banking, hosting, engaging on social media, and distributing Bibles in ways that have never been done before.