Prohibited from observing Christmas, the Chinese were urged instead to salute and worship the Great Helmsman, Mao Zedong, on his 126th birthday on December 26.
Many Church of Almighty God members are left broke after police raid their homes and seize their savings, claiming that they are hiding the money for the Church.
Numerous religious symbols have been taken down in localities throughout China ahead of the central government’s religious work inspections.
Refusing to be controlled by the government, house churches are deemed illegal and are suppressed in the name of eliminating “gangs and evil forces.”
More than 100 believers were summoned by law enforcement and investigated, numerous foreign missionaries arrested and deported from China.
Under the regime’s harsh crackdown on oversees religious groups active in China, countless churchgoers forced to give up faith or even end up losing freedom.
Believers from South Korea are packing their things and get ready to go home to escape CCP’s persecutions and harassment they face every day because of their faith.
Seeking to capture all believers in one go, the CCP has mobilized law enforcement forces for a unified arrest operation during July and August.
Arrest campaigns of CAG members intensify, as the CCP employs high-tech surveillance tools, incites residents to report on believers who have nowhere to hide.