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Learning About an Ancient Church

Following the footsteps of revival from where it started in Jerusalem at Pentecost, has brought the Back to Jerusalem team in some pretty unexpected places. In some of the early Christian strongholds in the Middle East and North Afrika, the church was all but wiped out or marginalized under Islamic rule. But one church in Africa is a different story.

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A Podcast Not to Miss

Podcasts are always interesting to listen to, especially when they’re Back To Jerusalem podcasts. Eugene Bach and a guest talking about Christianity, their ministry, interesting stories, and more information is something that will always keep you listening and waiting for the news of the next podcast. The latest Back to Jerusalem podcast features a special guest who was born and

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Martyrs for Christ

We can say that 90,000 Christians were killed for their faith last year, but what does that actually mean? What is the tangible impact on our lives? Another Christian being killed for their faith can become just another number, even to fellow believers, but each and every one is known and treasured by God. They are not just ‘some Christians,’

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Tibetan Pastor Amdo Update

In our last newsletter, we were able to share about Pastor Amdo, a former Tibetan Buddhist who became a Christian. From the moment he first became a Christian, Pastor Amdo’s focus was on preaching the Gospel in the most remote Tibetan villages. Unfortunately, since our last newsletter, Pastor Amdo succumbed to his bout with cancer and has gone on to

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Letter from Office

Every two months, we at Back to Jerusalem try to highlight in our newsletter some of the projects we are involved in. From the cold mountains of North Korea to the scorching deserts of Iran and Sudan, we provide exclusive snapshot reports from the field of where the Holy Spirit is moving. However, at BTJ, projects are not who we

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WHAT YOU ARE NOT BEING TOLD

Which country sends out the most missionaries per capita? And, which country receives the most missionaries? Do you know? The answers will probably surprise you. Consider the following statistics: About two thirds of the world’s population lives inside of what we call the “10/40 Window”. For those new to the world of international missions, the term “10/40 Window” refers to

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