On the run for over ten years, preacher Shi Yuliang from Zhejiang Province is unable to come home, and his family is constantly harassed by the police.
Local government and law enforcement have raided many religious venues and arrested believers in the city’s Dahua and Donglan counties in previous months.
Lu Xi (pseudonym), a thirty-one-year-old member of The Church of Almighty God, a Chinese Christian new religious movement, from the Changping district of Beijing, traveled to Canada and then to the USA at the beginning of May 2018. In Canada, Lu Xi used her cell phone to call a gospel hotline of The Church of […]
Li Zhu (pseudonym), born on May 16, 1979, in Zhaodong city of the Heilongjiang Province, a believer since 1991, joined The Church of Almighty God, a Chinese Christian new religious movement, in December 2007. She was always enthusiastic about spreading the gospel, and for this reason, has been persecuted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) […]
Xin Zhuo was a Christian from a house church in Wudan town of Ongnuid Banner in Chifeng city, Inner Mongolia. He became a believer in 1998 and attracted the attention of the local police because of his frequent preaching. He was arrested but continued to preach, narrowly avoiding arrests on several occasions.
On June 6, 2018, four Christians from a house Church in the city of Yicheng, Hubei Province were arrested by police and had their homes searched. To date, one of them is still being held illegally.
On May 14, 2014, at approximately 9 a.m., 3 officers from a local police station in Guoli town, Huantai County in Zibo rushed into the house of Christian Jiang Jiaming (pseudonym), ordered him to get his wife Cui Yu (pseudonym), who was working the fields at the time, and took them both to the local […]
The local police forced entry into the house of a member of The Church of Almighty God, a Chinese Christian new religious movement, in the city of Cenxi, Guangxi Province, taking him into custody and holding him for a fortnight after searching his house.
On May 21, 2017, the Public Security Bureau of the city of Jimo, Shandong Province, united multiple local police stations, dispatched more than twenty squad cars and over seventy armed police officers and raided a local Shouters meeting site, forcibly detaining forty-eight believers. Five co-workers of the Church were sentenced to prison terms.