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.
[Image reads: “Women under 30/ Blood group o/b who has children/ Get 4 million by donating an egg] What happens if the poor can’t work to make a living? In many places in the world, there is a shortage of jobs, and people are unable to provide for their families simply by working hard. But the poor often have anotherContinue Reading
In recent weeks the spotlight has been on Afghanistan and the concerns about the fate of women and girls. We know what the Taliban is capable of and how girls fear losing the hard-won gains for their education and freedom. But repression of girls and violence against them is not just a hallmark of terrorist groups like the Taliban, BokoContinue Reading
Premier Christian News reported how Mary Katambi, one of the girls abducted by Boko Haram from her school in Chibok has graduated university with a degree in accounting. She was given a private scholarship (not by BtJ) to make this possible. Her parents expressed pride and gratitude. At one time, they feared they would never see her again. Now theirContinue Reading
What kind of person is most likely to survive prolonged extreme physical and psychological pressures? You would think that a young, fit, spiritually mature and stable man, with military or outdoor training and some medical skills would make the best chance. What chance would a group of teenage schoolgirls from a poor and illiterate background have? When writing about childrenContinue Reading
‘Mum, can we pray for this girl?’ my daughter asked me as she was scrolling her phone. She had read about a victim of what must be one of the most tragic forms of persecution, the kidnapping of (often very young) Christian girls, for the purpose of forced marriage to a Muslim man. It is common in several counties whereContinue Reading