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China has aborted 336 million babies in barely 4 decades

 Originally published in Christian Telegraph China has aborted 336 million unborn children, many of them forcibly, during slightly more than four decades, the government has announced. The staggering number of abortions should prompt mourning for the victims, but it should not be shocking, said pro-life observers of China’s policy, because […]

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Empire strikes back: China assaults home churches

By Lyn Leahz — Originally published in Christian News Source for Life China’s crackdown against its thriving home-church movement is surging, only a few months after it was reported the communist nation’s attacks on Christians had subsided, according to a new report from the Chinese-focused human rights group China Aid. […]

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National Review: China’s Christians thrive, despite increase in persecution

Originally published in Chinaid News Throughout 2012, Chinese persecution of Christians intensified, according to a new report from ChinaAid, a Texas-based organization that monitors religious freedom. The number of persecution cases increased in 2012, the seventh consecutive year where there’s been an uptick. But despite that persecution, Christianity is thriving […]

China missionary Freddie Sun loses cancer battle
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China missionary Freddie Sun loses cancer battle

Sun Yi-yin, known in America as “Freddie Sun,” lost his battle with cancer on Wednesday evening. He was 76. From 1992-2012, the Holy Spirit used Sun to organize and help with the operation of 154 Bible institutes and missionary training centers inside China, including Tibet. Serving as native missionaries, more […]

China plans to eradicate house churches
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China plans to eradicate house churches

By Sarah Page — Compass Direct News DUBLIN – China’s government is engaged in a three-phase campaign to eradicate Protestant house churches, according to a statement released Friday (April 20) by the China Aid Association (CAA). The government’s strategy was clearly outlined in a document released last September during a […]