Christians in China have to be very careful when gathering to worship or sharing the Gospel. However, even with the persecution from the government, they have been able to share the Good News. Some of the recipients of this love message are Muslims, who have accepted the gift of salvation and have converted to Christianity. Unfortunately, for these new converts that means being cast out from their families and communities.
1/25/2018 China(World Watch List) – For the few thousand Muslims in China who have become Christians, life is characterized by loneliness. Cast out from their families and communities, in the rural areas where most of them live it is difficult to find other Christians, especially under China’s strict religion regulations.
Often Christians of Muslim background will get together in private homes in China, especially where there are only a few of them.
In February last year World Watch Monitor reported that Chinese authorities in the north-western region of Xinjiang had banned all Christian activities not linked to state-approved churches, apparently in an “anti-terror” move.