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.
Webster defines a Gatekeeper – as one that tends or guards a gate. A person who controls access. GateKeepers at Back to Jerusalem are a vital part of the BTJ team. Providing significant financial and prayer support for projects, disaster relief and urgent needs. With the ongoing monthly commitments of our GateKeepers, BTJ has been able open the gates andContinue Reading
In January, heavy floods devastated the southeastern region of Iran, on the border near Pakistan and Afghanistan. This is one of the poorest areas of Iran. More than 20,000 people were left homeless, and several were killed in the aftermath. Also, in the southeastern provinces of Kerman, severe rainfall and flooding blocked roads, destroyed houses and displaced thousands of people.Continue Reading
Heavy floods have devastated the south-eastern area of Iran, on the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan. This is one of the poorest areas in Iran. Thousands have been displaced and an unknown number of people have died. The severe rainfall and flooding blocked roads, destroyed houses and displaced thousands of people in southeastern provinces of Kerman as well. Massive floodingContinue Reading
To all those who have already given to our Indonesia emergency fund, THANK YOU! With your help the following supplies have been sent: 250 boxes of instant noodles (48 packs each) 100 tents 700 solar cell lights Hundreds of sarong (these are used both as traditional clothing and as cover for the night) 400 boxes of milk 50 milk bottlesContinue Reading