Chinese officials allege, on false grounds, that the buildings on the Chinese Christian Church Prayer Mountain broke laws.
House churches are forced to change locations to avoid being closed down by Chinese authorities, making the life of senior Christians extremely difficult.
In three years, a member of the Church of Almighty God from Zhongshan city has been arrested twice for her belief; she was sentenced to six years in prison.
After a man tried taking ownership of a Three-Self Church building in Henan Province’s Tongbai county, authorities do nothing except protect the aggressor.
The phones of religious believers are comprehensively monitored by the Chinese authorities, often resulting in arrests and long-term harassment.
Continuing its campaign to eliminate religions of all kind, Chinese officials have systemically been dismantling religious symbols from places of worship.
A 70-year-old woman was deemed a criminal by the authorities and has been in police custody for over a year.
Monks who lived at old Buddhist Gaoshan Temple in Jiujiang city were forced to move as Chinese government demolishes the holy place.
Since the rise of Xi Jinping, the Chinese government longs to return to the past of the Cultural Revolution, replacing religion with personality politics.
Authorities destroyed another government-approved Protestant church for refusing to raise the national flag and sing the national anthem.