Pastor Wang Yi’s Wife and Son are Monitored 24/7
Pastor Wang Yi and his wife, Jiang Rong
(Sichuan, China-August 24, 2020) Jiang Rong, the wife of Pastor Wang Yi who is sentenced to 9 years because of preaching, was released on bail and her bailout was over several months ago, but authorities still put Jiang Rong under house arrest and monitor her closely.
Jiang Rong has been isolated from the world, CCP authorities have coercively barred her from interacting with her family, brothers and sisters of the church, and friends.
It is said that Jiang Rong miss brothers and sisters of the church dearly and often pray for this in tears!
Jiang Rong and her underage son, Wang Shuya, have been in inhumane custody since the “129” incident happened and Pastor Wang Yi is imprisoned. Chengdu police retaliates Pastor Wang Yi cruelly by taking Wang Shuya, the son of Pastor Wang Yi and Jiang Rong, to a designated school to brainwash him. Jiang Rong under house arrest has been treated inhumanely, and Pastor Wang Yi is jailed inside high walls and under electric barbed wires, which are juxtaposed and become a spectacle.
Early Rain Church Building is Forcibly Occupied
The following pictures show that Floors 23 and 19 of Early Rain Covenant Church are forcibly occupied and rented out by the sub district office and the community after being raided in the “129” incident. (Photos taken on August 24, 2020)
Signs are displayed in the Early Rain Church building that outlines the government’s policies regarding illegal publications and pornography.
IMPRISONED EARLY RAIN COVENANT ELDER'S WIFE ASKS FOR PRAYER
수감 중인 이른비언약교회의 한 장로의 아내가 요청한 기도 제목
Qin Defu (right), Xiao Hongliu (left), and their children
Xiao Hongliu, the wife of an imprisoned Early Rain Covenant Church elder, wrote a plea for prayer. Xiao’s husband, Qin Defu, is serving a four-year prison sentence for his involvement with the church. He was taken into custody during a mass crackdown on the church, during which around 100 people were seized on Dec. 9, 2018. He was later charged with “illegal business operations.” During his trial, it was learned that the charge was given because of 20,000 Christian books the church used. In her letter, Xiao begged other Christians (referred to as “brothers and sisters”) to pray for her. She described the intense pain she has undergone since she lost contact with Qin in March, saying it, “makes my heart worry.” (Chengdu, Sichuan—June 15, 2020)
Xiao’s letter can be read below
Dear brothers and sisters,
My name is Xiao Hongliu, I am Qin Defu’s wife. I am begging for intercessory prayers for my family and me.
Defu has been in jail for more than six months.
I had received his phone calls from the jail at the beginning of his sentence.
Although the calls were only two or three minutes long, as long as I could hear his voice, I knew he was safe and alive.
Although I could not see him personally, I knew he was alive somewhere, where God could see him.
However, since the end of March, I have not received his calls anymore.
I have lost contact with him for more than 70 days, which makes my heart worry.
My reasoning makes me believe he is still alive, and God is with him.
However, not hearing from him is like an enemy. It hurts me so much that I suffer every day.
Normally, my husband would be managing the church, busy before and after, and I would merely hope for him to return home a bit earlier each night.
Now, my hope is causing me pain.
Every day, I just want to receive one three-minute call from him, but this apparently has become an extravagant hope.
Dear God, please let me follow behind you, pulling on the hem of your clothes, because I am no better off than the women who suffered from a blood issue for 12 years.
I know my weakness, so I am begging for my brothers and sisters to pray for me and Qin Defu.
God, please, out of charity, give us mercy. We are so lowly we cannot bear it!
June 11, 2020