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.
While traveling in the Middle East in February, I had the rare opportunity to spend a day with one of BTJ’s original missionaries, named Cory (not their real name). In the early 2000s, BTJ helped send out a team of five BTJ missionaries to serve in Yemen. The group had studied Arabic together before their departure. They were all inContinue Reading
Deep behind enemy lines… Serving orphans, delivering babies, working beside farmers, preaching on fishing boats, teaching at Muslim schools, hiking into the mountains to share with unreached people groups, assisting local police departments, providing dental care, hosting prayer at five in the morning, learn new languages, holding baptisms, planting churches, preaching in prison, and training with fellow missionaries from the 10/40Continue Reading
Why should you volunteer for mission activities? I was searching for a way to serve God in a meaningful way. While I led a small-group meeting and found it beneficial, I still felt a longing to serve God in a deeper way. I have mentored men one-on-one. That too is rewarding, but still I felt unfulfilled in my service toContinue Reading
North Korea: Why we need an act of God The world has been watching, as the situation on the Korean peninsula gets closer to a boiling point. Where are we at, and why is it so hard to solve the issues? At this moment, North Korea may be only months away from being able to mount a nuclear weapon onContinue Reading
“It is dangerous here. Everyone has been evacuated. We are the last ones remaining. If we do not leave now, we might die here.” That was the message coming over the phone to the BTJ team in Shanghai, China from South Sudan. The Chinese have been working in Sudan for several years. They have been able to plant churches, buildContinue Reading