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“I’m Afraid to Become a Christian, What Do I Do?”

Grace is one of the most difficult concepts for many people who do not know Christ to accept. This is particularly true for those who have been raised in the Islamic culture, as grace is a notion that is neither taught nor valued in the mosques.

Mehdi, a young man who struggled with this notion, […]

By |September 14th, 2015|Testimonies|0 Comments

Jesus Visits Iranian Man in Dream and Delivers Him from Drug Addiction

Drug addiction is a troublesome reality in nearly every corner of the globe. However, it is particularly rampant in Iran, where hopelessness and access to cheap narcotics are both in ample supply.

Consider that recent statistics estimate that at least 6 million of Iran’s 78 million people suffer from some measure of drug-related problems.[1] This […]

By |July 29th, 2015|Testimonies|0 Comments

How Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is Using Ancient History to Influence the Present

Regardless of your political leanings, geographical location or religious background, it is difficult to be unaware of the recent historic nuclear agreement between Iran and the group of six nations led by the United States, intended on preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons. It is even more unlikely that you do not have strong […]

By |July 17th, 2015|News, Testimonies|0 Comments

Forgiven – Desperate for Forgiveness, Fatemeh Found Much More in Christ

One of the most popular programs we broadcast on our 24/7 Farsi Satellite network into Iran, Mohabat TV, is a women’s show called Tea Time. Every week, our female host covers topics relevant to women in Iran, such as marriage, acceptance, self-worth and hope, from a woman’s perspective. It may surprise you to know […]

By |June 15th, 2015|Testimonies|0 Comments

Refugees Fleeing ISIS Find Help from Unexpected Source

 

With only the clothes on their backs, a constant stream of refugees who are desperately fleeing the brutality of ISIS pour into Turkey everyday.

These helpless and desperate people, mostly from Iraq and Syria, left their homes and quite literally ran for their lives to the Turkish border, seeking safety from a militant force leaving […]

By |April 21st, 2015|Persecution, Testimonies|0 Comments