China’s believers are trying to conceal religious statues and icons in order to save them from destruction.
There’s a new ditty being spread by China’s Christians: “Fly the national flag, put up propaganda slogans. The church belongs to the Party, not to the Lord.”
Churches and pastors across China gave support to Early Rain Covenant Church, and now they are targeted by the state.
The city of Xinmi in Henan Province has been shutting down temples in full force, and resentment is stirring among civilians.
Churches in Jiaozuo city of Henan Province have been turned into communist party schools, cultural centers, and activity hubs.
Chinese Communist Party refuses to process applications for Buddhist and Daoist temples, then goes on a rampage to bring them all down.
House churches in Shandong are having their power and water cut off and their doors blockaded for refusing to join the state-sanctioned Protestant church.
Fearing for health and safety, residents of Teng’ao town protest a large-scale garbage incineration plant close to town. People protest, authorities crack down.
Authorities are harassing underground Catholic churches in the Diocese of Yujiang, intimidating believers into joining the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association.