For the CCP, it’s not enough to replace the Ten Commandments with the president’s portraits and quotations. It is now mandatory for believers to study his work. by Li Guang For members of the Chinese Communist Party, studying Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics – a political theory that China’s president launched after he came into […]
To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Communist Party rule, China’s capital prepared a “gift” for believers by closing down their places of worship.
Defrauded by the CCP, congregations of state-approved churches are left with nowhere to worship after they agree to tear down their dilapidated buildings.
Government-controlled Protestant churches suffer brutal crackdowns, often resulting in closures that leave large numbers of believers without a place to worship.
Three government-approved Protestant churches have been destroyed in Shandong’s Linyi city for various made up reasons.
The CCP continues taking over places of worship, threatening congregations to demolish buildings if they refuse. Testimonies from Jiangxi, Liaoning, and Shaanxi.