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The New BTJ Office that Isn’t

Ministries in China are different in the way that they do not necessarily have church buildings and ministry headquarters from which to run their operations. They can’t. They are illegal. In many ways they operate as they did in the book of Acts when Christian outreach was conducted underground from places that operate in clandestine locations. The first century church

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BTJ in the Classroom

Designing a Comparative World Religions course for an online Christian high school is an interesting proposition – probably because there are so many ways to approach it. I recently moved to a new city with my wife and children to start a job with a Christian school here in Canada, and I was asked to do just that. Actually, I

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Remember the Persecuted Christians this Christmas

Don’t want to be a Debby-downer this Christmas?  I understand.  No one really wants to bring everyone down during Christmas talking about hungry children, orphans, or war refugees.  The LAST thing you want to bring up at a joyful Christmas party is Christian persecution.  Ugghhhh. Yuck!  Some people just want to watch football and enjoy their sugar cream pie (assuming

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