‘We Do Not Hate You’: Chinese Megachurch Issues Stunning Response to Government After Senior Pastor Jailed

‘We Do Not Hate You’: Chinese Megachurch Issues Stunning Response to Government After Senior Pastor Jailed By Will Maule for Faith Wire GNN Note – We are seeing more and more people demonstrate the power of the Holy Spirit and Jesus Christ working in their lives. Two incidents in the U.S. where family members were gunned down in cold blood while another family member forgave the criminal of his act of violence. Now this. When I see this type of situation continuing to grow it is more evidence that Christianity is…

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Xi’s China Ends 2019 With The Worst Religious Persecution In The Country’s History

Xi’s China Ends 2019 With The Worst Religious Persecution In The Country’s History By Helen Raleigh for The Federalist Increased religious persecution in China has failed to curtail the growing number of Christians, which has reached more than 100 million today — more than the 90 million members of the Chinese Communist Party. Dec. 30, 2019, was a day when people who live in the free world were busy planning ahead and getting ready for New Year’s Eve celebrations. But for China’s outspoken Wang Yi, the founding pastor of China’s most…

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5 Predictions For The Next Five Years Of Global Power Struggles

5 Predictions For The Next Five Years Of Global Power Struggles By Edward Chang for The Federalist If these predictions come to pass, their fulfillment will have lasting effects upon America in the 2020s and beyond. In 2008, as the Obama administration prepared to take control in Washington, retired Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey offered a list of bold predictions for the coming five years. Some of them bore out: The economy performed well globally despite the Great Recession, relations with Russia became more hostile without devolving into outright dysfunction, and the United States…

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China Releases Early Rain Covenant Christian, Now UN Pushing to Release US Pastor Cao

China Releases Early Rain Covenant Christian, Now UN Pushing to Release US Pastor Cao by Steve Warren for CBN News CBN News has learned a member of the Early Rain Covenant Church (ERCC) in Sichuan, China who was arrested last March by  Chinese government officials was released last week. After spending the last seven months in prison, Gou Zhongcan was released and allowed to return home to Bazhou City, according to International Christian Concern. (ICC) A Chinese Christian familiar with the case shared on Twitter on Oct. 23, “Brother Gou Zhongcan from…

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‘War Against the Faithful’: Chinese Gov’t Tears Down Church Building as Christians Worship

‘War Against the Faithful’: Chinese Gov’t Tears Down Church Building as Christians Worship by Steve Warren for CBN News In the latest blatant attack against the church-at-large in communist China, Chinese government authorities tore down a megachurch’s building in the Funan, Anhui region, starting the demolition while the congregation was worshipping. The church’s pastors were also arrested and detained. The incident happened over the weekend, according to the international non-profit Christian human rights organization China Aid. Government officials did not provide any documents ordering the 3,000-seat church building’s demolition. But they…

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Hong Kong Freedom Activists to LeBron: ‘Who Are You Trying to Protect?

Hong Kong Freedom Activists to LeBron: ‘Who Are You Trying to Protect? by Frances Martell for Breibart GNN Note – It appears “King James” is not so kingly in Hong Kong! ****** NBA player LeBron James’ condemnation of Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey on Monday for supporting human rights in China has triggered a widespread backlash in Hong Kong, whose pro-freedom movement Morey endorsed. James complained that Morey “wasn’t educated” when he posted a message on Twitter reading “fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong.” He later attempted to…

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Genocide: China Bulldozing Uighur Cemeteries to Make Them More ‘Civilized’

Genocide: China Bulldozing Uighur Cemeteries to Make Them More ‘Civilized’ by Frances Martel for Breitbart The Chinese Communist Party has razed dozens of Uighur Muslim cemeteries in western Xinjiang province to create more “civilized” areas, the Agence-France Presse (AFP) reported on Wednesday. China has taken over Uighur burial rites and replaced them with Communist Party-controlled cremations staged in “burial management centers” that ban religious activity surrounding the handling of a person’s remains. Uighur locals and activists have accused China of attempting to erase the ethnic minority’s history and uproot them…

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9 Things You Should Know About Christianity and Communist China

9 Things You Should Know About Christianity and Communist China by Joe Carter  for The Gospel Coalition This week China celebrated the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. “There is no force that can shake the foundation of this great nation,” said China President Xi Jinping, as he stood at the gate of Tiananmen Square. “No force will be able to stop the steady march forward of the Chinese people and Chinese nation.” Here are nine things you should know about the communist state and its historic…

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Convoy of Armored Chinese Police Vehicles Masses near Hong Kong

Convoy of Armored Chinese Police Vehicles Masses near Hong Kong by John Hayward for Breitbart Residents of Hong Kong have been nervously watching Chinese military and police movements near their borders, fearing each new report of personnel or vehicles arriving near the border city of Shenzhen could be the prelude to a Tiananmen Square-style crackdown. The latest apprehensions involve a massive convoy of armed police vehicles, which mainland sources say are merely participating in a “large-scale drill.” The Chinese Communist newspaper People’s Daily published a video of the convoy, which also included…

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China’s New Strategy: Outlast Donald Trump

China’s New Strategy: Outlast Donald Trump by John Carney for Breitbart China has embarked on a high-stakes strategy that makes it very unlikely to agree to a deal quelling trade tensions with the U.S. before the 2020 presidential elections, many investors and China watchers say. The plan that appears to have emerged in Beijing is to keep trade talks going while avoiding any real reforms or enforceable deals until after the election, according to several reports. At that point, China could find itself facing a new administration that would likely…

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