The atnosphere sourrounding Christian churches in China remains tense.
ICC highlights the plight of a church bookstore that was forced to display Mao Zedong’s Little Red Book instead of the Bible.
Authorities in China are also cracking down on Christianity by removing Bible apps and Christian WeChat public accounts.
Prayers were held seeking the intercession of “Jesus, the King of Peace” for the “peaceful reunification” of China.
Christianity is being severely persecuted in Communist China.
Since 2019, local authorities around China have all offered rewards for tip-off.
After receiving the notice of administrative punishment, Preacher Yang posted a message on social media asking for prayers.
Of the 130 Christian fishing vessels in Qushan Island, more than 90 had their crosses removed.
Xuncheng Church has been heavily targeted in recent months.