Christian Human Rights Violations in China

A Chinese Dissident in the U.S.: My only Status Is Christian

While volunteering at my church’s soup kitchen, I often serve dinner to homeless individuals and new immigrants, many of whom speak little English. A recurring question emerges from these interactions, “Where are you from?” The Vietnamese guests are curious to know whether I share their heritage. Hispanics, recognizing that I am Asian, wonder whether my […]

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Jesus Was Born! The Chinese Communist Regime Will Fall.

In 2017, a Chinese human rights lawyer had his secret memoir “Unwavering Convictions: Gao Zhisheng’s Ten-Year Torture and Faith in China’s Future” published in the United States. Since then, Mr. Gao was forcibly taken from his home in China. In April 2023, on Mr. Gao’s 59th birthday, the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs held […]

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“Love the People God Gives You”

A famous Bible verse from Jesus is “if you have faith as a mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move; and nothing will be impossible for you.” My mustard seed was planted by an American professor who taught at a Chinese university in the mid-1980s. […]


What I Learned from Serving the Needy at My Church’s Soup Kitchen

My church has a soup kitchen that serves a hot meal every evening, Monday through Friday. I started volunteering at the kitchen this year, as I felt the call to serve God with love in action. Every day after work, I arrive at the kitchen, wash my hands, stand behind the long table where food […]