Tag : Christian Persecution in China
China title : Authorities in China Detain Pastor, Daughter and 3-year-old Grandson
summary : While a government-hired thug in China threatened to kill a Christian family, officials in a neighboring province arrested a pastor, her daughter and her 3-year-old grandson, sources said.
date : Oct 06, 2017 10:04 AM EDT
China title : House Church Pastor in China Defies Government Orders to Shut Down: 'I Believe in Jesus Christ. I Don't Believe in You'
summary : September 6, 2017: A house church pastor ordered by officers in China's central Hubei province to cease her "illegal" ministry work has vowed to defy government orders, telling authorities, "I believe in Jesus Christ. I don't believe in you."
date : Sep 06, 2017 11:36 AM EDT
China title : Christian Woman Falsely Accused, Imprisoned in China Shares How Prison Strengthened Faith
summary : August 17, 2017: A Chinese church accountant who was imprisoned after being falsely accused of conducting "illegal business operations" has shared how her time in prison strengthened her faith.
date : Aug 17, 2017 01:30 PM EDT
China title : Chinese Christian Woman Falsely Accused of Participating in 'Cult', Remains Imprisoned
summary : A Chinese Christian woman has been accused of belonging to a cult she has no association with and detained for nearly four months despite the pleas of her family.
date : Apr 24, 2017 12:53 PM EDT
Christians in China title : China Detains Christian Pastor for Singing 'Jesus Loves Me', An 'Illegal Religious Activity'
summary : A Taiwanese Christian pastor was detained in China after he sang "Jesus Love You" and accused of engaging in "illegal religious activity."
date : Apr 19, 2017 10:48 AM EDT
China Worshippers title : Thirty Chinese Police Surround House Church, Order Congregants to Stop Worshiping
summary : Chinese authorities surrounded a house church in Beijing before raiding the building and ordering congregants to stop meeting - or face legal action.
date : Nov 01, 2016 02:00 PM EDT
China title : Persecution of Church in China to Escalate as Zhejiang Experiment Goes National
summary : In October 2012, the South China Morning Post ran a series of articles on China's looming leadership transition. One line might prove prophetic, although not in the way intended: "For clues about how China's leader-in-waiting Xi Jinping might manage the world's second-largest economy, Zhejiang Province is a good place to start looking."
date : Oct 14, 2016 01:03 PM EDT
China Cross title : Christian Pastor, Family Detained In China After Contacting U.S. Consulate, Journalists
summary : China authorities in Zhejiang incarcerated a pastor, his wife and son on Tuesday for contacting U.S. Consulate officials in Shanghai and foreign journalists, according to reports from China Aid, a Christian international human rights organization based in Texas.
date : Apr 30, 2016 10:21 AM EDT
Anti-Christian Movement in China title : China Religious Freedom Watchdog: Chinese Government Burning Crosses in Anti-Christian Crackdown
summary : China Aid, a U.S.-based organization that monitors the ongoing persecution of Christians in China, has accused the country's government of burning crosses that were taken down from churches. As noted by the group, the latest incidents indicate the Chinese government's expanding efforts regarding the crackdown on religious freedom.
date : Mar 11, 2016 01:38 PM EST
Christians in India title : 177 Cases of Christian Persecution In India Reported Last Year
summary : According to a report by the Evangelical Fellowship, 177 cases of Christian persecution have been recorded in India last year. However, it is believed that the number of actual cases may be higher since some incidents may not have been reported to authorities.
date : Mar 04, 2016 12:02 PM EST
Christianity in China title : Christian Persecution In China Continues As Government, Not the Church, Ordain Priests
summary : As part of its ongoing efforts to control Christianity in the country, China has adopted a new policy that involves taking over the duties of the Church. According to reports, state-backed Catholic organizations in the country have agreed to allow the government to ordain bishops.
date : Mar 04, 2016 12:03 PM EST