Chinese House Churches Participate in Training to Defend Christian Faith

China pd(China Aid) Approximately 200 Christians from two churches in China’s southwestern Yunnan province participated in a rule of law training in order to understand how to defend themselves against wrongful persecution in late January and early February.

Bo Ai, the founder of the Chinese Christian Faith and Legal Training Camp, told China Aid he was invited to conduct three-day training sessions on defending religious beliefs according to the Chinese constitution by two house churches, Caomen Zhuji Church and Potou Church.

The training sessions took place from Jan. 28–30 and Feb. 1–3 and included about 200 Christians between the two churches.

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