Between a Rock and a Hard Place – Christian Crosstalk | Carry the Cross and Follow the Lord
Christian Crosstalk “A Love No Net Can Catch” | Hold Onto the True Love for God in CCP’s Persecution
Finally one day he is arrested by the police again and only then does he fully understand the truth. The CCP had been using him as bait on a long line to catch the big fish all along!
The crosstalk Village Lockdown tells the harrowing tale of Christian Yang Ming being tracked by the CCP government’s eyes and nearly being arrested while sharing the gospel with her aunt.
It is prophesied in the Book of Revelation, chapter 3, verse 12, that the Lord shall have a new name upon His return. So now that the Lord has returned in the last days, can we still call Him Jesus? What mysteries are hidden within God’s name?
In China, where the CCP holds all political power alone, cruel persecution of Christians by the CCP is an everyday occurrence. To banish religious belief, the CCP even has a “tracking service” for Christians. The crosstalk Tracking Service teaches you all the despicable methods the CCP uses to monitor and track Christians, and shows the hypocrisy of China’s “religious freedom.” Most people also watch: Watch Over This House – Church Skits
The crosstalk Prison Without Walls tells the story of Han Mei, who has fled abroad and looks back on her bitter times as a Christian living in atheist China.
Just Awake and About To Wake are preachers of a Christian sect who both sincerely believe in the Lord, and who eagerly yearn for His return.
Yu Shunfu is a believer in the religious world who looks up to and worships pastors and elders. She thinks “pastors and elders were all established by God
Electronic Eyes All Over the City uses Allegretto and Huangmei Opera forms to explain the evil methods used by the CCP to surveil Christians through pervasive surveillance cameras