After an elderly Christian was arrested for being active in The Church of Almighty God, the CCP excluded her grandchildren from attending college, leading the family to sever ties with her.
Members of The Church of Almighty God continue to be monitored and persecuted after their release from detention, taking away all their freedoms and rights.
A house church set up a school ten years ago in Henan’s Zhengzhou city for children to receive religious education. It’s been persecuted ever since.
Hubei authorities are intensifying their crackdown on Buddhism, destroying temples on trumped-up pretenses and leaving elderly owners without means to survive.
A popular vegetarian eatery promoting the teachings of Buddhist masters in Fujian was forced to change its signboard and had its books and videos confiscated.
In the northeastern provinces of Liaoning and Jilin, CCP is intensifying its campaign against large outdoor religious symbols.
Revolutionary songs and traditional Chinese opera are replacing prayers and hymns after authorities forcibly take over government-approved churches.
Seventh-day Adventist Church pastor Zhu Zhongcai and 11 others in Hubei were tried and sentenced for “illegal business operations” in January.
Accused of “holding illegal gatherings,” three Protestant house churches in the central province of Henan were shut down, police confiscating their assets.