- "We are your friends" says Israeli Prime Minister to Iranian people
- Indonesian President vows to do more for persecuted Christians
- Chinese President Xi Jinping steps up as global leader challenging US supremacy
- Trump and the future of NATO
- 100 000 Killed in Yemen conflict
- Pakistan Prime Minister defends religious minorities
- Trump to offer Putin sanction-nuclear deal
- Several thousand US troops arrive in Poland in show of strength against Russia
- US set for confrontation with China over South China Seas
- Swim Classes - the new front line for Muslim integration into Europe
- Christians remain the most persecuted group in the world
- Influential voice against Iranian hardliners dies
- China sends first freight train to London
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Project Eagle Wings
Support a Chinese couple working as missionaries as part of the China to the World movement, in a closed country that has a 0.66% Christian population.
For payment options if you want to get involved, see the Projects main page.
China, with a long history of receiving foreign missionaries, is now positioned to become one of the greatest sending nations in Christian history. While the Chinese Church is still greatly oppressed in certain areas, it has experienced phenomenal growth in recent decades and Chinese Christians are now being mobilised to move outside their borders to reach their neighbours. The Back to Jerusalem movement (the motivation behind the "China to the World" movement) embraces the idea that Chinese missionaries can carry the Gospel "back to Jerusalem", having been prepared for persecution through persecution.