ChinaAid's Bob Fu exposing second Cultural Revolution at IDOP for Persecuted Christians



Friday, November 12, 2021



International Day of Prayer event
(Photo: New Wineskins Missionary Network)


(ChinaAid, Midland, TX—November 12, 2021) Bob Fu will speak at the International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians in Los Angeles on November 14. New Wineskins Missionary Network will sponsor the event, hoping to bring attention to Christian persecution across the globe. To watch the live stream, click here.

New Wineskins provides communication for persecuted Anglican missionaries in order to share the Gospel. Missionaries and churches worldwide receive tools specifically curated for their specific needs, and members can join a Facebook group to share their struggles, testimonies, and prayers.  

Bob Fu, founder and president of ChinaAid, will expose how the Chinese communist regime ruthlessly persecuted Christians by relating his own personal life experience. In 1997, Bob Fu and his wife Heidi escaped from China to the United States and established ChinaAid in 2002.  

In recent events, the Chinese Communist Party elevated President Xi Jinping's historical status in a new resolution. Xi abolished term limits for his presidency in 2018, but this recent development carries China into a "cult of personality," moving away from efforts of decentralization. 

Persecution of Chinese Christians escalated dramatically during the rule of Xi Jinping. Bob Fu referred to Xi's dictatorship as "the start of a second Cultural Revolution."

The International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians will raise support against Xi's aspirations by exposing his abuse and encouraging the abused. Watch the event live at 5:50 PM PST on November 14 here.





 


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