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An Unlikely Historian of Revival: Interview with Eugene Bach

I journey from nation to nation uncovering the history of revival, the impact on nations, and the call to complete the Great Commission in the final frontier of missions.

I journey from nation to nation uncovering the history of revival, the impact on nations, and the call to complete the Great Commission in the final frontier of missions.

Leaving Buddha is the true story of a Buddhist monk who was born, raised, and served in Dalai Lama’s home province. He was a faithful Buddhist monk for more than 20 years before he makes a dangerous journey over the Himalayan Mountains from Tibet to India and hears about Jesus for the first time.

Leaving Buddha is a story of transformation that turns a monk into a radical Christian evangelist who risks his life on a regular basis to travel into the most dangerous Tibetan villages to share about the love of Jesus Christ.

 

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Read Eugene Bach’s interview with PneumaReview.com about the Back to Jerusalem movement: “From Jerusalem, Around the World, and Back to Jerusalem

 

 

More from www.BackToJerusalem.com:

BTJ update from Egypt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwYFMH_9lLc

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Category: Church History, Winter 2018

About the Author: Eugene Bach is a pseudonym for a member of the Chinese underground church who does not wish to be identified. He was trained in U.S. military special operations and served two tours in the Persian Gulf and Asia–Pacific region, serving primarily as a member of a rapid response team focusing on targeted threat elimination, counterterrorism, and security. He has been working with the underground church in China for more than seventeen years, helping them to establish forward mission bases in closed countries around the world, including Iraq and Syria. Eugene leads the Chinese mission movement called Back to Jerusalem, which provides essential support for Chinese missionaries in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, and he has written books about the underground church in China, North Korea, and Iran.

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