Since the CCP took power, it has always attacked dissidents and persecuted religious faith. To permanently control China’s people, the CCP has spent massive sums to build many kinds of national surveillance networks, and monitoring of Christians is especially intense. The multiple layers of phone monitoring, internet monitoring, and surveillance cameras have allowed the CCP to wildly arrest countless Christians, many more have been forced to leave home and wander, many others are in jail, and some have even been crippled or killed! Continue reading “Christian Variety Show | “Surveillance” (Crosstalk) | The CCP Uses High Tech to Violate Human Rights”
Soon after, three new sisters came to work in Jiandan’s group. Jiandan thought of how she was now the person in the group who had done this duty the longest, and in her heart she silently told herself to be sure to take real responsibility for the work, to pick up the pace with finalizing these articles and to remedy her lingering regrets.
In the days that followed, whether in dealing with articles or group meetings, Jiandan acted positively and pro-actively, she diligently supervised and checked up on the articles her sisters had finalized, and when she discovered any problem, she spoke out without reserve. Continue reading “The Truth Showed Her the Way to Get Along With Others (Part 2)”
Jiandan sat on her chair, staring at the number of articles on the worksheet in complete amazement and muttering to herself: “Why is there such a backlog of unchecked articles? Could Sister Liu Yan be in a bad state? But even if she is, she mustn’t let that interfere with her work.”
Jiandan was a conscientious, responsible person. When she saw a problem like this come up in work, she started to worry. She had initially wanted to call Sister Liu Yan over to ask her what exactly was going on. Continue reading “The Truth Showed Her the Way to Get Along With Others (Part 1)”
Christian Variety Show | “Gathering in a Cowshed” Skit | It’s So Hard to Believe in God in China Currently, the atheist CCP government’s persecution of Christians is increasing by the day. Believers are facing restrictions on practicing their faith at every turn; they can’t even find a place to gather in peace. Left with no other choice, Liu Xiumin can only host a gathering with her brothers and sisters in her cowshed. But while they are gathering, village cadres come one after another to look around, making various excuses, and then even bring the CCP police in…. Continue reading “Christian Variety Show | “Gathering in a Cowshed” Skit | It’s So Hard to Believe in God in China”
Jingxing, South Korea
Brothers and sisters,