A state-sanctioned Protestant church in Zhejiang Province has been harassed on many occasions, once the authorities sent 500 people to demolish its cross.
A husband of a member of The Church of Almighty God was told to divorce his wife if he wanted a Communist Party position in their village.
The local authorities lock up people in “education” camps even for speaking the Uyghur language.
Churches in Jilin’s Yushu city have been targeted increasingly by the Chinese authorities since the implementation of the new Regulations on Religious Affairs.
The places of worship established by South Koreans in China have been persecuted since President Xi Jinping came to power; the number of closed down churches and deported missionaries is dramatically increasing.
Authorities in China’s provinces proactively respond to President Xi Jinping’s order to intensify the crackdown on beliefs and use the same methods as those employed to eliminate gang crime.
At least 400 Christians have been left in a lurch as the authorities have shut down their churches, including several Three-Self Churches.
The Chinese authorities continue to persecute state-sanctioned churches and religious heads.
More reports coming in from Henan where the government is intensifying its attack on Three Self movement.
Since April 2018, the Chinese authorities have been implementing “Operation Thunder,” a national campaign against The Church of Almighty God. In Jiangsu Province alone, at least 350 Church members have been arrested to date.