Chinese Christians

Creating a Christian underclass

In countries where the church is persecuted, Christians are often poor, lower-class people. There are several reasons for this. In Pakistan for example, the Christian minority largely comes from lower caste Hindus who converted to Christianity while the country was under British rule. In modern Pakistan, they remain largely working class, with some groups working as virtual slaves in fields

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Good news from the field!

Aside from many urgent prayer needs that exist in the areas BtJ covers, we also receive encouraging reports about God’s work and breakthroughs of his Kingdom. Not all of these reports can be shared, but those below we want to pass on to encourage all those involved with BtJ’s work in one way or another. Saved after disaster At the

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Xi thought, rebuilding an idol

From his first days as a president, Xi was often compared to Mao. Only months ago, he was elected ‘president for life’. Now he is going to push his own version of the Little Red Book, ‘Xi thought’. Why does this matter? “Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era,” as it is officially known, is

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How to Create a Sustainable Food Supply

Over the years, our Chinese BTJ people have gained extensive experience with greenhouses, especially with aquaponics. This technique combines the raising of fish and vegetables in one greenhouse system. In many areas, it is a challenge to get a steady supply of healthy food. Building and maintaining greenhouses is a way to bless the local population who live in places

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