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Beijing House Church Activist Liu Fenggang Released

2/7/07 China (China Aid Association) CAA learned well-known Beijing house church activist Liu Fenggang was released after serving three years in prison in Zhejiang . Mr. Liu, now 48, was released and returned to his home in Beijing on February 5, 2007.

He was arrested on October 13, 2003 and sentenced to 3 years on August 6, 2004 for “providing national intelligence to overseas organizations” by reporting a house church destruction case to overseas Christian organizations. During his imprisonment, brother Liu was hospitalized five times for serious heart disease and diabetes. In 1995, before his 2003 arrest and imprisonment, brother Liu spent two years in a labor camp because of his work among house churches.

CAA is helping brother Liu receive proper medical care for his conditions. Brother Liu requested Rev. Bob Fu express his gratitude for the help he and his family received during his imprisonment. “I am very thankful of God’s grace and the prayers and letters from brothers and sisters all over the world,” said brother Liu, “My mom died during my first imprisonment in 1995 and my little son grew a lot without me during the past three years. The suffering my wife and son had to endure is nothing compared to the martyred brothers and sisters in China . I will continue to stand up for this just cause for which I am called (to speak up for the persecuted).”

Letters to comfort brother can be sent to his home address:
Mr. Liu Fenggang and Ms. Bi Yuxia
No. 14, Dong Ba Pai, Yun Qi Chang, Xi San Qi, Haidian District, Beijing, People’s Republic of China (Zip code: 10000)