A Christian in Henan was sentenced three times, and spent ten years in jail, for the only crime of being a member of a banned movement.
An interview with J. Gordon Melton, one of the world’s leading scholars of contemporary religion, who explains the differences between the different groups in the tradition of Chinese Protestant preacher Witness Lee.
A member of the Shouters’ movement from Henan Province who had been in exile for more than 20 years was captured by the Chinese authorities and later received a lengthy prison sentence.
Chinese authorities have continued to monitor an elderly Christian man after his torture.
A religious book found by the police in the home of a Christian has led to the successive arrests and detentions of multiple believers.
Authorities have kept a close watch on an elderly Christian and harassed him one way or other all his life.
Inside sources revealed that authorities organized an operation in March to arrest Christians in the city of Suzhou in Anhui Province.
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.
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.