Category Archives: ShouWang

What the government fears is the allegiance of its people to something other than China.

This is a good article from the Guardian about Shouwang. Do keep praying for our brothers and sisters there. ————- Visiting Beijing’s now-disbanded Shouwang church late last summer, I struggled to secure a seat. For an “underground” church it was … Continue reading

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Petition for Shouwang church

Leaders of various house churches in Beijing have launched a petition regarding the activities with Shouwang.  Do please be praying that those in government: “First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all … Continue reading

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Changes to the government response to Shouwang

Last Sunday members of Shouwang tried to meet as before with the same result – 30-40 people were arrested.  According to Chinaaid the leaders at Shouwang have heard that China’s top leaders are planning to escalate their opposition to Shouwang, … Continue reading

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ShouWang answers her critics.

Here’s a response from Shouwang to an editorial from a government backed newspaper in China. It gives some history of Shouwang church (including the efforts it has made to follow government regulations) and some history of the house church movement … Continue reading

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ShouWang church is NOT a Jehovah’s Witnesses church

A slightly bizarre post here. Looking at my blog stats the top search items that led people to this blog are “shouwang Jehovah’s witnesses.” I’m guessing some people have been confused by the name ShouWang (meaning Watchtower) and have wanted … Continue reading

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Update from ShouWang

Here’s a quick update on what’s been going on this Easter Sunday. Last night over 500 members were under house arrest and were unable to attend the meeting.  Out of those who did go around 20-30 were arrested, including Carol … Continue reading

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