Chinese authorities have found four Christians who sell audio Bible players guilty of running “an illegal business.”
After a six-month approval process, the first Christian library in Vietnam has opened its doors to the public.
Local authorities arrested and detained several Open Doors partners last week for “illegal religious activity with children.”
Christian businessman, Lai Jinqiang, has appeared before court in Shenzhen for allegedly selling illegal audio Bibles.
Churches in China are facing increasing pressure after new government regulations were introduced earlier this year.
Joyce, a leader in ministry to Muslim background believers, was taken by authorities over six months ago and hasn’t been seen since.