The Back To Jerusalem Podcast
Many mistake the idea of Back to Jerusalem as a movement of the Chinese church to evangelize Jerusalem. However, Back to Jerusalem is the goal of the Chinese church to evangelize the unreached peoples from eastern provinces of China, westwards towards Jerusalem. Our organization partners with the church of China to not only evangelize the religiously oppressed areas of Asia, but to also train and send Chinese missionaries into the unreached regions of the globe, including Muslim, Buddhist, and Hindu nations. This podcast is a publication of the 501(c)(3) organization Back To Jerusalem and chronicles our experiences from the field.
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 exploringContinue Reading
Travel to the most Unreached Regions of the World We invite you to join us on a spiritual journey to the other side of the world to meet those that have never heard about Jesus. BTJ missionaries serve in some of the most unreached regions of the world and invite you to come and see the situation with your ownContinue Reading
Happy new year to all Back to Jerusalem friends! If you made a new year’s resolution to pray more for mission and persecuted believers, we have work for you! This year again, our workers will be at the frontlines, encountering first hand political upheaval, spiritual warfare, natural disasters, religious persecution and military conflict. They need your prayers and support toContinue Reading
Hiking in the remote Himalayan Mountains in November 2018 with a Bhutan Pastor was a powerful time for me. I have been working in Bhutan for almost 15 years, but I have to admit that I have not seen any major changes, but this year feels different. “We do not have a complete Bible in our language that is availableContinue Reading