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Reggie Interviewed by Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk – Part 1 of 2

Dear Friend, I am grateful to Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk for interviewing me about our work “Saving Women in China.”  The conversation was so rich that one interview became two.  This first interview is very personal, in which we … Continue reading

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INTERNATIONAL WIDOWS DAY – CHINA TRIES TO FORCE WIDOW TO RENOUNCE HER FAITH

One of many widows helped by our “Save a Widow” campaign A Catholic widow in Fuzhou city, Jiangxi province, has had her pension revoked because she refused to renounce her faith. According to a report in Bitter Winter, the elderly … Continue reading

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U.S. Enacts Law Slamming China on Human Rights Abuses

Last Wednesday, President Trump signed into law the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act.  The Uyghurs (pronounced WEE-gurs) are an ethnic and religious minority living in the East Turkistan (referred to as Xinjiang) area of China.  Credible reports have emerged that … Continue reading

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Tiananmen Square June 4 – China is the Greatest Mass Murderer in Human History

Dear Friends, I was honored to be among the speakers at the June 4 Rally on the West Lawn of the United States Capitol in 2019.  There will be no Rally in DC this year, because of the coronavirus.  More … Continue reading

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OPEN LETTER: Hold China Accountable for Crushing Dissent in Hong Kong

To President Trump, the United States Congress and the United Nations: A peaceful and prosperous Hong Kong poses an existential threat to the Chinese Communist Party’s narrative that Chinese people cannot thrive under freedom and democracy.  The CCP has circumvented … Continue reading

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Int’l Day of the Girl Child – Chinese Baby Girl Saved

Keai Was Saved from Abortion by our Save a Girl Campaign As the world celebrates the International Day of the Girl Child, girl babies in China are still at risk, due to deadly son preference.  According to one U.N. estimate, … Continue reading

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OPINION: THE GREATEST MASS MURDERER IN HISTORY TURNS 70

This week, the Chinese Communist Party commemorates 70 years of brutal, totalitarian repression of the suffering people of China.   It is fitting that the CCP has celebrated its big day October 1 with a massive military display, including the unveiling of … Continue reading

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Chinese Christians Return to the Catacombs as Communism Turns 70

October 1, 2019 marks the 70th anniversary of the brutal, Communist takeover of China. Friday night, I received an anguished phone call, begging me to write about the state of the Christian Church in China. The caller (whose name or location … Continue reading

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China’s One (Now Two) Child Policy Turns 39: Abandoned Widows, the Invisible Victims

“Mrs. Wang” is a ninety-two year old widow. Her husband passed away fifty-four years ago. Her feet were bound when she was a child, and she suffers from various illnesses, so she cannot walk well.   Mrs. Wang raised four children.  Her two daughters … Continue reading

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This Blind, Abandoned Chinese Widow Has Hope With Your Help

“Genji” is an eighty year old widow, and virtually blind.  She has lost her husband and her son, both to prostate cancer.  Today, she is in pain and entirely alone. Genji’s husband passed away fifteen years ago from prostate cancer. She remembers … Continue reading

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