A Christian NGO headquartered in Midland, Texas, founded in 2002 by Bob Fu (傅希秋), a pastor of the house churches movement, with the aim of defending the religious liberty of persecuted Christians in China.
COVID-19 in China: Two Divinized Generals Mobilized for Help
A grassroot movement believes ancient military men Huo Qubing and Xin Qiji can prevent the pandemic’s return. The CCP has not decided yet how to react.
“Sinicization of Christianity” in Full Speed After the 100th Anniversary
Christians are ordered to “completely get rid of the foreign religion.” “Sinicizing” really means “identifying with the leadership of the CCP.”
An American Family’s Hiking Odyssey for Uyghur Freedom
Meet Nathan Duddles, spreading awareness of the Uyghur genocide in Xinjiang (China) to fellow hikers while trekking in Colorado.
Court of Rome: Jehovah’s Witnesses “Ostracism” Is Not Illegal
Judges confirmed that counseling members to shun ex-members is part of both corporate religious liberty and the individual right to choose who to associate with