A believer was arrested in 2015 and sentenced to two years in jail for believing in a heterodox religious movement.
A house church in Jilin was destroyed in mid-July, and over 200 believers were arrested; now, they will lose their home, because the local authorities have ordered to demolish their 8-story residential building.
A believer was reprimanded for a church that she has financed to build, and authorities demanded to demolish it.
Four South Korean missionaries were arrested in the cities of Dandong and Dalian in May this year and were later deported.
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.
Two house church pastors were apprehended while preaching in Xinjiang; a colleague tries to secure their release but is arrested and tortured herself.
Arrested during a church meeting, handcuffed believers were taken to a police station and later were fined, some detained and then sentenced.
Arrested for her belief, a house church leader spent three years in prison undergoing brutal atheist “training.”