By BosNewsLife Asia Service BEIJING, CHINA (BosNewsLife)-- Seven members of a house church in China's Henan province spent Sunday, June 2, behind bars after they were sentenced to long prison terms on charges of "cult activity", a leading rights activist told BosNewsLife.
By BosNewsLife Asia Service BEIJING, CHINA (BosNewsLife)-- Abducted Chinese Christian human rights attorney Gao Zhisheng was missing 50 days on Thursday, March 26, amid "increasing concern for his life," human rights investigator said.
By BosNewsLife North American and Asian Services with local news reporting BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO (BosNewsLife)-- Mourning families from a major evangelical church in the San Fernando Valley of southern California were worshiping Sunday, July 14, without three Christian Chinese students they had been expecting.
By BosNewsLife Asia Service BEIJING, CHINA (BosNewsLife)-- Chinese security forces took down a church's cross in eastern China early Monday, July 28, as part of a government crackdown on church buildings in a coastal region where thousands of people are embracing Christianity, Christians said.
By BosNewsLife Asia Service BEIJING, CHINA (BosNewsLife)-- In a unprecedented move, a Chinese court has agreed to hear a case filed by a pastor against government officials who prohibited worship services in his house church, observers familiar with the trial said Wednesday, December 31.
By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife BEIJING, CHINA (BosNewsLife)-- Chinese authorities have released the last four house church leaders who were among dozens of evangelical officials detained in Central China this month, an advocacy group told BosNewsLife Tuesday, February 24.
By BosNewsLife Asia Service with BosNewsLife's Stefan J. Bos BEIJING, CHINA (BosNewsLife)-- An ex-house church pastor who currently leads a major Christian rights group has urged the world Thursday, October 1 "to see beyond the fireworks" on the 60th anniversary of Communist Party rule in China, amid reports that Christians have been detained and churches closed ahead of the celebrations.
By BosNewsLife Asia Service BEIJING, CHINA (BosNewsLife)-- Chinese human rights lawyer Ni Yulan was spending Friday April 20 in prison as she was sentenced to two years and eight months in jail, Christian trial observers told BosNewsLife.