Imagine growing up in a poverty-stricken family in Communist China, having financial and political aspirations, taking part in the Tiananmen Square protest, being labeled an “instigator of unrest” by the government, then being brought to public shame that led to despair and almost committing suicide. This was the backdrop for young Bob Fu.
Upon coming to Christ, Bob Fu‘s life only became more adventurous! As told in his book God’s Double Agent, he became a teacher in the communist schools by day and a leader in the underground church after hours. After he and his wife were thrown into prison for “illegal religious activity,” God miraculously made a way for them to escape China. Fu‘s burden for his persecuted brothers in China led him to start ChinaAid — with the goal to provide assistance to oppressed people in that country. Bob Fu is one of the leading voices in the world today for persecuted faith communities in China.