Now Available! ISIS: The Heart of Terror
The jihadist group ISIS (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) has been wreaking havoc in northern Iraq and Syria. But its reign of terror is not confined to the Middle East. Its 2014 beheadings of American journalist James Foley and Israeli–American journalist Steven Sotloff have shocked the world and instilled fear in the hearts of many Westerners. ISIS is the most funded, technologically advanced, and powerful terrorist organization in history. Its members are extremely diverse, having been recruited from countries all over the globe, including Canada, Britain, and the U.S. Now that ISIS has the world’s attention, what’s next? Governments around the world have spent billions of dollars employing military strategies, and they are still convinced that ISIS is mainly a political problem that must have a political answer. But what if the solution isn’t political or military? What if the real solution is spiritual in nature? Missionaries from the underground church of China—represented by Brother Yun, “the Heavenly Man”—are launching a spiritual offensive. They are not armed with a sentence of death but with a message of life, and ISIS jihadists are in their crosshairs. In ISIS, the Heart of Terror, you will learn about the organization Back to Jerusalem and its unique method of responding to ISIS by evangelizing Muslim militants. Learn how Chinese missionaries are fulfilling the Great Commission by sharing the gospel with some of the most unreachable people groups in the world, and discover how Christians everywhere can take part in a powerful evangelization of the Middle East.
Sally Bernshausen –
Thank you for writing this book. It is timely (2015) information on a critical issue. My husband and I read this aloud to each other at home or in the car and it has provided some good discussion. We have learned about the Koran which is critical in understanding what we christians are up against. The battle is a spiritual one not a physical one. We have one more chapter to read and we are looking for an equally good read. My husband and I both believe that the American church is asleep and spends way too much money on itself.
karla morgan –
loved how the book covers historical content, factors feeding and driving ISIS, havoc being wrecked on peoples lives,, as well as Biblical strategy for dealing with them, offering a measure of hope. Wonderful perspective, enlightening and insightful!