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.
Despite international condemnation, organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China has never stopped. One can get a kidney of choice in just two weeks.
The CCP has a new mission: eliminating house churches nationwide within the next two years. In the meantime, it’s upping the ante, forcibly shutting down churches and targeting them even in cyberspace.
As CCP’s “sinicization” campaign intensifies, Three-Self churches are forcibly transformed, losing religious symbols and any likeness to European architecture.