While a house church leader was serving her sentence, her family has been drained of money in paying for her prison meals.
A principal from China’s Liaoning Province has been on Communist Party’s watch list ever since he became religious.
A previously arrested member of a Christian house church moved to a different province hoping to evade future persecutions, but authorities tracked her down.
A woman that belonged to a government-approved Protestant Three-Self Church in Fujian was blacklisted when her religious faith was marked as xie jiao (a heterodox organization) on the official identity database.
A black iron sheet was used to hide the cross on the main entrance to a government-controlled Catholic church that belongs to the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association in Xikeng, Zhejiang.
The Three-Self Church in Shuangmiao village is one of many government-controlled churches recently demolished in Henan Province.
After university authorities discovered that a student was a member of The Church of Almighty God, he was forced to leave his studies and flee.
In China, even possessing a book from The Church of Almighty God is sufficient grounds for arrest or persecution; an elderly believer from Shandong knows this well after being apprehended twice.
Police in Shandong Province shut down a family church, following the implementation of the new Regulations on Religious Affairs.