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Midnight Raids in North Korea

“North Korea is going through some very difficult times,” Josiah said (not his real name). “Families are finding it hard to survive, most of the Chinese businessmen have left because there is no money to be made, and it seems that there is a new raid every other day….BUT – there is something stirring in the hearts of the people.

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Latest Chinese Government Plan to Re-write the Bible

To stop the astronomical growth of Christianity in China, the Chinese government has devised a new plan – rewrite the Bible. According to Rev. Bob Fu in his testimony to Congress, founder of China Aid, the Chinese government plans to incorporate Buddhist scripture and Confucian teachings into the Bible and edit worship songs to include Chinese characteristics. The official government

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EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Many North Koreans Curious About Christ So New Law is Introduced

In a small meeting of Chinese Back to Jerusalem missionaries last night, I was able to listen to the challenges, victories, and hardships of working inside of North Korea for the last year. They also shared about a new North Korean law that has been implemented because of the impact of Chinese Christians in North Korea. “It has been a

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The Heavenly Man Coming to Canada

This week the Heavenly Man, Brother Yun, arrives in Canada for the first time in more than a decade. He plans to travel around the country for several days to share about the vision of the underground house church. Back to Jerusalem is excited to partner with so many Christian fellowships in Canada that have a heart for the Great

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China’s New War On Christmas

The rise in Christianity in China is happening at an alarming rate and it is never more apparent than during the Christmas. But joyful growing celebration of Christmas in China is now under attack following the new laws against Christians released earlier this year. China has recognized the growing problem of Christmas and quickly reacted. The disciplinary arm of the

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