A group of house church believers planned a tour to the Holy Land. Their travel was denied, their churches harassed, closed, and forced to merge.
State Administration of Religious Affairs
China’s believers are trying to conceal religious statues and icons in order to save them from destruction.
The Chinese government already maintains a firm grip on citizens’ Internet use. Words and phrases like “Hallelujah,” “Amen,” “Thank God” and “Jesus” are now even more sensitive than they already were to plug into a search engine.
Source: Global Times Date: May 14, 2018 The Global Times, a daily newspaper controlled by the Chinese Communist Party, reported, in an article dated May 9 and in comments in the following days, that China has released draft rules to regulate foreigners’ religious activities. The guidelines, drafted by the State Administration of Religious Affairs,