Dangers of openly worshiping Jesus in China: One man's harrowing story

A man stands in a room in a house church in Puyang, in China's central Henan province on August 13, 2018. | GREG BAKER/AFP via Getty Images

What happens when a person decides to worship Jesus outside of China's state-controlled churches?

"If you want to worship in a church that is not vetted by the state, you have to worship in an illegal, underground church," Christian Post Assistant Editor Leah Klett explained.

Klett explores the issues surrounding Chinese government control and the Rev. Fr. Jonathan Liu's harrowing story — as well as his warning for Christians.

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