(China)–Rutherford Institute attorneys say they recently obtained a grant of asylum for a Chinese pastor. The church leader sought religious asylum after entering the U.S. on the grounds that he would be jailed if he returned to China. In hearing the case for the second time, the U.S. Board of Immigration Appeals came to agree that the Chinese government has become severe in their handling of religious activities and religious individuals. Please continue to pray for the wellbeing of Christians in China.
Story number 3 for 30 Apr 2001
By davidvranishApril 30, 2001
- Primary Language: Chinese, Mandarin
- Primary Religion: Non-Religious
- Evangelical: 5.7%