Authorities in Anhui Province use force against people who try to prevent demolitions of their worship venues.
Throughout the province, local authorities cracked down on state-run Protestant churches to implement the central government’s order to eliminate crosses.
Three-Self churches in Anhui, Henan, and Jilin provinces were leveled to the ground on government orders, bullying and injuring congregation members in the process.
The CCP blocks the publication, sale, and dissemination of all Buddhist books and other publications not approved by the state.
Members of The Church of Almighty God share their experience manufacturing goods for foreign companies while serving time in prison for their faith.
Local officials are pressured to crack down on religions under threats to be expelled from the CCP and fired from their public office if they disobey.
Provincial authorities ordered to eradicate crosses “no matter what,” and in four months, many state-run Protestant churches were left without them.
Believers who resist being managed by China’s communist regime are often arrested and interrogated, despite their elderly age and declining health.
Preachers and pastors from state-approved Three-Self Church continue to suffer violent abuse for any divergence from the CCP’s plan to suppress people of faith.