Underground Chinese Church Goes Public

They have faced arrest, torture and death for their faith. But more than 40 years after the Cultural Revolution, Chinese Christians are getting bolder about sharing their faith in public. One of the largest underground churches in Beijing has decided to go public.  Recently, CBN News gained exclusive access to their leaders and meetings.

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