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Be a Voice for Change in Iran

Today, you can join the movement with Heart4Iran and be a voice for change in Iran.
It is our heart to make you aware of the plight of Iranians because they are not the only country in the Middle East who needs our help, love, and support.

Iran needs our prayers more than ever!

The Iranian government is cracking down […]

By |September 15th, 2014|Projects|0 Comments

Count For Zero

Heart4Iran has teamed up with the Issachar Initiative to count for zero amount the unreached people groups of Iran.
In God’s providence, while attending the Billy Graham Conference on Evangelism in Amsterdam in the fall of 2000, a group of ministry leaders met together to talk about how they could help reach the unreached people of the world.  […]

By |September 12th, 2014|Ministry Partners, Projects|0 Comments

Why Iran? And Why Now?

Why Iran? And why now?
Despite the popular notion that Iran is a terrorist nation and that they are plagued by economic sanctions, Iran’s young people are better educated and more sophisticated than any previous generation.

Many are exposed to global media, ideas and culture through satellite television and the Internet. Most young Iranians are believed […]

By |August 22nd, 2014|Projects|0 Comments


Superbook goes to Iran!
Presented by heart4iran and aired by Mohabat TV, the newly animated Superbook brings the excitement and adventure of following Christ right into the privacy of millions of Iranian homes. Farsi speaking children and parents will enjoy seeing the engaging stories of real Bible heroes whose success came from trusting God and […]

By |July 1st, 2014|Projects|0 Comments

Our House, Our Church

Presented by heart4iran and aired by Mohabat TV

The Opportunity
Iran is seeing a tremendous revival and thousands of people are receiving Christ each year through Mohabat TV programming. While Christians in Iran are marginalized, many see their need for role models to help them develop spiritually and sustain their faith communities. Nearly all Farsi speaking […]

By |June 30th, 2014|Projects|0 Comments