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Stand in the Gap

Each month, BTJ’s GateKeepers from all over the world stand in the gap with us by committing to ongoing support, which contributes towards the activities of all our ministries.This crucial, monthly support gives us the resources we need, when we need them not only “To go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation,” but to be poised

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Unsung Heroes in the Hermit Kingdom

As the United States celebrated the return of three Americans held hostage in North Korea, there was a group of heroes behind the scenes whose efforts went almost totally unnoticed – the workers at the Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang. The United States has no embassy or official diplomatic relationship with North Korea. When American missionaries are arrested in North Korea,

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GateKeepers Update

Each month BTJ’s GateKeepers from all over the world stand in the gap with us by committing to ongoing support, which contributes toward the activities of all of our ministries. This crucial monthly support gives us the resources we need, when we need them “To go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation.” The support our GateKeepers

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Murdered missionaries laid to rest

Back to Jerusalem is a movement founded on a willingness to suffer and sacrifice for the gospel. Last spring, a young Chinese brother and sister payed the ultimate price when they were abducted and later killed by ISIS terrorists in Pakistan. Their death was an embarrassment for Pakistan, a country that has a great economical interest in keeping Chinese ex-pats

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