Greetings, everyone! Welcome to this edition of Movie Reviews. I’d like to recommend this wonderful movie of Christian Church, Red Re-education at Home, done in a true-to-life style. Just the one word “Red” calls to mind the Communist Party’s rule. It tells the story of a typical family of Communist Party members in China. Zheng Weiguo, the father, is the minister of a municipal United Front Work Department, who is responsible for suppressing and striking against religious beliefs, but the son and daughter, Zheng Yi and Zheng Rui, are actually devout Christians. The scene of a family spiritual battle unfolds. What’s really amazing about this film is that it hones in on one particular point to illustrate the bigger picture, distilling the situation of the difficulties of Christians’ existence and faith under the regime of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) down to one family of a Communist Party official. So, how does a red family under China’s autocracy educate their children? And how the Christians rely on God to counteract the CCP’s lies and fallacies, and expose its evil essence so that they can stand witness for God? Red Re-education at Home will reveal the answers to these questions, one by one.
Side Event of UNHRC in Geneva: Spotlighting The Church of Almighty God & Religious Freedom in China