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Christians in China: Part 4

Watch the video to learn more about Christians in China today. As you watch, look for answers to the following questions.

1. Why is the family happy?
2. How long did Wenxi Li spend in jail?
3. What did he make in jail?


Christians in China: Part 3

Watch the video to learn more about Christians in China today. As you watch, look for answers to the following questions.

1. What were the men washing in the water?
2. How long did Pastor Jacob stay in jail?
3. What problems does Pastor Jacob have now, and why does he have those problems?


Christians in China: Part 2

Watch the video to learn more about Christians in China today. As you watch, look for answers to the following questions.

1. For what reason does Pastor Wong say God uses persecution to test Christians?
2. What does Pastor Wong say makes Christians stronger?


Christians in China: Part 1

About half the people in China are not part of any religion. And about 40% are Buddhist or followers of traditional Chinese religions. Less than 10% are Christian.

The majority of Chinese Christians worship in house churches that are not approved by the government. In some parts of China, police raid house churches, arrest Christians, and take away Bibles. But millions of people are coming to Christ every year.

Watch the video to learn more about Christians in China today. As you watch, look for answers to the following questions:

  1. What is the capital of China?
  2. How many people live there?
  3. What happened to the believers who showed up for church that day?

Meili: Set Free in China

A girl in China

Meili had never heard the name of Jesus. No one in her Chinese village was a Christian.

New Hope
Then one day, an old woman from a village far away gave Meili a booklet called “The Gospel.” Meili read it and realized that she was a sinner. She confessed her sins to God and trusted in Jesus as her Savior.

Confused
But Meili had no Bible and no one to teach her more about Christianity. So she was happy when two missionaries visited her home and said they were “Christians.” The visitors gave her a different booklet, but not a Bible. They told her what she needed to do to be part of their group.

1.    They said, “You must be healthy and have plenty of money to prove that God likes you.”
2.    The visitors also said, “You must confess your sins to us every day.”
3.    And they said, “If you donate money to us, we will pray for you.”

Meili no longer felt happy; she felt confused and uncomfortable. She didn’t know that the visitors were not really Christians. They belonged to a group that did not follow the Bible.

Hope Returns
Not long after the visitors left, a friend of The Voice of the Martyrs found out about the fake Christians. He gave Bibles to people in Meili’s village. Meili read her new Bible eagerly and was filled with peace. The truth that she read set her free from her confusion.

(Source: VOM-Australia)

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