Bob Fu highlights Chinese persecution at Irish conference



Monday, September 16, 2019

ChinaAid President and Founder Bob Fu (center)
worships at a conference in Dublin hosted by Irish
organization Church in Chains on Saturday, Sept. 14,
2019. (Photo: ChinaAid)
ChinaAid

(Dublin—Sept. 16, 2019) ChinaAid President and Founder Bob Fu spoke at a religious conference hosted by Church in Chains in Dublin, Ireland, this past weekend, highlighting persecution in China.

On Saturday, Fu was a featured speaker at a conference hosted by Church in Chains, an Ireland-based, Christian organization working on behalf of persecuted Christians worldwide. The conference also included times of worship and prayer, a question and answer session featuring Fu, updates on persecution in Pakistan and India, and instructions on how to get involved.

The next morning, Fu preached at Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church.

On Twitter, Fu posted that he was interviewed by Irish Spirit Radio.

“So glad to see many citizens in Ireland care about [the] persecuted in China,” Fu wrote.
ChinaAid would like to thank Church in Chains, Irish Spirit Radio, and Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church for spotlighting persecution in China.

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