Merely because of their faith, believers are losing their freedoms – and their families.
The Church of Almighty God
“Operation Knocking on Doors” sends officers to photograph believers under false pretexts, part of a broader surveillance system to track religious everywhere.
After five years of persecution, a member of The Church of Almighty God fell seriously ill but was unable to seek treatment while on the run.
A journalist who was arrested and tortured for being a member of The Church of Almighty God tells his story as a prisoner of faith in China.
The requirement to disclose religious affiliation puts people of faith in a serious pickle – betray their beliefs or get into trouble?
Christians forced to wear a tracking device to be watched by government officials 24/7 and restricted to designated areas they’re not allowed to leave.
As the year-end statistics are tallied, the extent of persecution in China becomes clear. Thousands arrested, many tortured, 19 dead, all from one church.
For the first time, a prisoner of The Church of Almighty God detained in China is “adopted” by the bipartisan Lantos Commission of the US Congress.
Incited by government anti-religion propaganda, son attacks his mother, prohibiting her from practicing her faith.
The ancient Chinese tactic of “guilt by association” is to pit family members against each other, making all guilty for the crimes of one.