Bitter Winter Editor-in-Chief: Italy's Practice to Help Chinese Religious Refugees Worth Following
From September 16 to 27, Europe’s largest annual human rights and democracy conference—the Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM) of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) was held in Warsaw. On September 24, Massimo Introvigne, Co-founder of CESNUR and Editor-in-chief of Bitter Winter, delivered a speech about the refugee issue in Italy. He emphasized that the Italian government has taken three positive steps from last year to help refugees of, who are severely persecuted by the CCP, to get asylum, which sets a good example for all other countries to follow.
Reflections About Life: What’s the True Meaning of Life? A King’s Last Words Provide Food for Thought
King Alexander departed this world holding onto regrets. When his time was approaching, he left us three thought-provoking final statements that force us to ask ourselves: Why do people live? What is the value and meaning of human life?
Sermons and Fellowship: Truly Attending the Feast Is Undergoing God’s Judgment of the Last Days and Being Purified
God’s judgment is judgment through the truth and it can only be experienced and enjoyed within God’s house. It cannot be gained out in the world. Isn’…
I Overcame Satan’s Temptation by Relying on God’s Strength (Part 1)
Cindy is a Christian, but her husband becomes taken in by the rumors spread by the Chinese Communist Party. He disrupts and hinders her faith time after time, and a spiritual battle ensues within their home. How can Cindy get through this when faced with these hindrances and suppression from her husband? Read on to see …
Coming Home (Part 2)
I reflected that it was because of a special kindness from God that I was able to return to the house of God. Given my rebellious nature, how could I have welcomed the Lord’s return without God’s leadership and guidance or the patience of the brothers and sisters in fellowshiping the word of God to me?