In her pain and weakness, Han Lu has relied on God and prayed to God, and under the guidance of the word of God, she has been able to see through all of Satan’s tricks.
The skit The Village Mayor’s Limits tells the true story of a Christian husband and wife who are forced to flee because of the CCP government’s persecution.
God Is the Power of My Life | Although she experienced the cruel persecution of the CCP devils, she got the priceless treasures of her life—the wealth of life bestowed by God.
Christian Movie “Red Re-Education at Home” Zheng Yi and his sister debated with their father. This spiritual war of the family ultimately ended with the truth triumphing over fallacy and the fact over rumor!
She was arrested by the CCP police, Almighty God used His mighty hand to guide and protect her in the devil’s dark prison, She was finally awakened by God’s love.
Christian Movie “In the Deep of Winter” is a testimony of a Christian. With the faith and strength she received from God’s word, she overcame the savage torture and demonic ravage and gave wonderfully resounding witness.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place – Christian Crosstalk | Carry the Cross and Follow the Lord
Christian Musical Drama “An Uncertain Return” will tell you who breaks up the Christian family. Christian Zhang Chengzhi is forced to flee his home because of the Chinese government’s mad persecution of religious beliefs.
The Lies of Communism: Account of the CCP’s Brainwashing – Christian Movie
Christian Crosstalk “A Love No Net Can Catch” | Hold Onto the True Love for God in CCP’s Persecution
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
In China, Christians are persecuted by the CCP to the point that it’s hard for them to go home, so they often live a wandering existence.