Prayer meeting highlights China persecution

Paul Wang at the prayer meeting on Nov. 3, 2019.
(Photo: Screenshot/Qiu Jiajun via YouTube)

(Washington, D.C.—Nov. 7, 2019) A prayer meeting for persecuted churches took place on Nov. 3, highlighting persecution in China.

The meeting featured speakers from around the world. Rev. Allen Church, lead pastor of Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPC) in Manassas, Virginia, opened the event with a prayer. Zuo Haiyan, a Christian from China, spoke on escalating persecution in China under President Xi Jinping.

In addition, Pastor Paul Wang prayed and thanked God for Christian activity occurring in China. Mr. Lee, Korean American member of RPC, prayed for North Korea. Wang Chunyan, from a Beijing church known as Holy Love Fellowship, shared how she has experienced persecution.

Finally, Qiu Jiajun, a Christian, prayed for Chinese authorities to stop persecuting Christians. He also asked God to release church leaders who have been imprisoned. He also prayed for North Koreans.

The event was co-hosted by ChinaAid and RPC and organized by Voice of the Martyrs.

To watch a video of the meeting, please click here
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