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T201B Morning Watch Guide Newman Sze US$ 1.50  
T503B Martyrdom of Watch Nee Newman Sze US$ 11.50  
T201B Hymnary Testimony Publication US$ 26.50  
T201B Hymnary - Singspiration Testimony Publication US$ 12.50  
E401 Back to Jerusalem

Brother Yun, Peter Xu, Enoch Wang

with Paul Hattaway

US$ 11.99  
E402 The Heavenly Man

Brother Yun

with Paul Hattaway

US$ 13.99  


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Back to Jerusalem: Called to Complete the Great Commission  US$11.99

Napoleon once said: "When China is moved it will change the face of the globe." Today those words are becoming a reality through the powerful spiritual vision of the Chinese church to send missionaries across China's borders to complete the Great Commission, even in this generation. Here three Chinese church leaders, who together have spent more than 40 years in prison for the Gospel, explain the history and present-day reality of the Back to Jerusalem movement.


"Who could ever have believed that after 50 years of Communism and terrible persecution, the church in China would have grown so mightily that China might become one of the foremost missionary-sending countries in the 21st century? This remarkable book shows this vision in our day" - Patrick Johnstone, author of Operation World



The Heavenly Man: The Remarkable True Story of Chinese Christian Brother Yun US$13.99

Brother Yun is one of the key leaders of the Back to Jerusalem movement. This is the story of how God took a young, half-starved boy from a poor village in Henan Province and used him mightily to preach the gospel despite intense persecution. Yun shares about how the BTJ vision has impacted his life and ministry. Instead of focusing on the many miracles or experiences of suffering, Yun prefers to emphasize the character and beauty of Jesus. This astonishing book will form a watershed in your spiritual life.



Martyrdom of Watch Nee US$11.50

Watchman Nee is remembered for his leadership of an indigenous church movement in China, as well as for his books that continue to enrich Christians throughout the world. Watchman Nee was arrested and imprisoned by the Communists in 1952, he was never released and died in prison in 1972.