The Chinese Communist Party, to eradicate religious faith, uses neighborhood and village committees and various random people to closely monitor Christians and institutes a “reward for reporting” system in an attempt to round up every Christian. The skit Community “Scouts” examines how the Christian Lin Min, because of a reputation for believing in God, is secretly monitored by neighborhood committee personnel. One day, two sisters go to her home, and after the neighborhood committee director investigates through multiple channels, she immediately calls the CCP police. In the face of such adverse circumstances, how does Lin Min rely on God and cope? In the end, can she and her two sisters escape the CCP police?