Recently a VOM international worker made a trip to visit persecuted Christians in China. He kept a video diary of the trip, which we will be sharing this week on the Persecution Blog.
On this first day, he attempts to attend services at a church in Beijing that has been forcibly closed down by the government.
On this second day, he visits a house church pastor in southwest China, a pastor recently released from prison. Listen in on their conversation about the benefits of persecution for Christian believers.
Today our worker travels to Hefei and shares how China is different than it has been in the past, and looks into the state-approved Three-Self Patriotic Movement. We’ll also meet Pastor Jacob, another house-church leader who has experienced first-hand what it means to be jailed for serving Christ.
In this final installment, we return to Beijing and meet with Wenxi Li and his family.