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Going to church and worshiping God freely is a privilege

After a long week of hard work, about ten Chinese Christians in Guangzhou, a big city in the South of China, gathered in a house church. They had just started reading the Bible and enjoying a short moment of peace and fellowship. “Bang, bang, bang…” Their worship was interrupted by heavy pounding on the door. […]

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“Thy will be done” – Advice for Chinese Leaders who have ordered to rewrite the Bible

In China, Moses delivers only nine commandments. Ironic? Perhaps, this was the worst news in the 2019 world of Christianity. The Chinese Communist regime erased the first commandment – “Thou shalt have no other gods before me,” and forced Christians to put the Communist Party above God as the nation’s Savior. In some Catholic churches, […]

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Smoke and Mirrors: Religious Freedom in China

“If you have faith as a mustard seed, you shall say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there’, and it shall move; and nothing shall be impossible to you (Matthew 17:20).” This is what is happening in China today – more and more Chinese are sowing this mustard seed and seeking the salvation of […]

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Christmas – Best Gift for Chinese Children, But …

The high-pitch voice of a Chinese woman teacher was ringing dominantly around the classroom. “What festival is it on the 24th of December?” A dozen of timid children ages 9 to 10 years old answered in a very low voice. “Holy Night.” The teacher kept asking those poor children in a scolding tone, “What festival […]

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George’s Kashgar: Yesterday’s dream city, today’s prison

George was an American from California. I met him in 1991 when he was teaching English at a medical college in Beijing. His greatest dream in his 38 years of life was to visit Kashgar. “Why Kashgar?” I asked. Born and raised in Beijing, I had never heard of Kashgar, let alone as a dream […]

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Re-Education Camps in China: Cultural Genocide against the Uighur People

This Sunday (4/6/2019), the Freedom Plaza in DC was a beautiful sight to behold. Hundreds of Uighurs and their supporters were waving American flags and the Blue Banners of East Turkestan, holding a rally protesting the cultural genocide that the Chinese Communist Party launched against the Uighur people in the northwestern China. Among the protesters […]

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Leading house churches in China: At the edge of extinction

The World Wide Life Organization (WWF) states “We should do everything we can to save the giant panda because we are the ones that have driven it to the edge of extinction. And because we can.” It is my firm hope that, for the people of the world, non-government house churches in China are as […]

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Evil rules China: Christians are forced to denounce Jesus

Thousands of Chinese Christians in China recently were required to sign an official document (like a template) issued by the government. The document was a forced personal declaration or statement. In the first part of the form, Christians must declare their name, gender, address, number of identification card, the year in which they began to […]

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God’s Plan

I am a shy person and have always been afraid of speaking in public, especially talking about myself. One reason is that I grew up in China, where any disclosure of personal belief or opinion would possibly land you in prison. However, recently I was invited to be a guest speaker at a regional campus […]

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Tashi’s Story: 9 Minutes Interview with the New York Times; 15 Years in Prison

Tashi Wangchuk, a young Tibetan, was sitting in the train from his hometown to Beijing. His mind was still bogged down by the image of the children in his hometown, prevented from the right to learn to read and write in his own Tibetan language by the Communist regime. His journey started as a peaceful […]