CHINA: Churches forced to replace Ten Commandments with Xi Jinping Quotes
  • 26 September 2019

Churches across China’s central province of Henan have been forced to replace the Ten Commandments with President Xi Jinping’s quotes amid pressure from the government, according to a human rights magazine. The Biblical commandments given to Moses, which include “You shall have no other gods before Me” and “You shall not make for yourself a carved […]

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Bringing Joy in China
  • 24 September 2019

In 2018, Christmas Care packs were distributed to children of the persecuted church in China. One of our distribution partners reports: Since greater religious regulations were introduced in February 2018, the church in China has been especially persecuted. These gifts from outsiders prove to the believers that they are not alone, they have not been […]

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China: Children prohibited from entering church buildings
  • 23 September 2019

The 11 July edition of China Women’s News published the following: At the meeting of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Xi Jinping said that it is necessary to incorporate loyalty to the CCP into the building of family bonds, family love and family values. Loyalty to the CCP, he declared, is the soul and lifeblood […]

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CHINA: The Bible According to Confucius
  • 12 September 2019

Three-Self church clergy are being forced to interpret the Bible through the prism of traditional Chinese culture as part of CCP’s campaign to make religions “more Chinese”. On 18 July, the Religious Affairs Bureau of Yuzhou city in the central province of Henan distributed to all local Three-Self preachers, a copy of the book entitled […]

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CHINA: Wang Yi Unable to Meet with Lawyer as Investigation Ends
  • 12 September 2019

Court agents informed the lawyer for imprisoned pastor, Wang Yi that the government’s investigation into the pastor has concluded – even though the pastor’s lawyers have not met with him since his arrest. Pastor Wang’s lead lawyer, Zhang Peihong, said he applied to visit his client on 17 July, but the receptionist at the Chengdu […]

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