May 25 2017

Ingo Breuer

The Life and Death of Captain John Birch – “The War-Weary Farmer”

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Little known artifacts at the Warner Robins Museum of Aviation in Georgia about the life and death of John Birch including his insightful essay “The War Weary Farmer”. John Birch came to China as a Baptist missionary but as WWII intensified he joined the Army Air Force and worked as an intelligence officer to rescue US troops and guide planes. As a soldier he continued his work in preaching, witnessing and ministering the gospel. John befriended and loved the Chinese people. He was brutally killed by Chinese communists 10 days after the end of WWII. This video contains John’s essay “The War Weary Farmer”.

May 28, 2017 would have been John Birch’s 99th birthday.

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