The Iranian government already maintains a tight control over the internet, but new legislation threatens to take this even further. “There is a new...
Iran is setting a new precedent for persecuting Christians by giving the maximum sentence allowed under new controversial amendments to existing law...
Mission Network News reported a UN human rights expert wants to take a closer look into Iran’s 1988 killings. There is a concern that “mass graves”...
Mission Network News reported Iran’s latest attempts to stop Christian TV from entering into Iran have failed. “We changed our feed to be on a...
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a prominent Iranian nuclear scientist, was killed last Friday after bullets struck his car, reported Mission Network News.
Heart4Iran, along with Communico Messianica, discussed how we bring a united front to the global population of Muslim-Background Believers in our webinar on September 25, 2020.
Mission Network News reports the changing demographics in Iran. The article states that many have become attracted to Christianity, associating it with Western ideals.
In a CBN Exclusive report 20 Iranians were baptized in a swimming pool in an undisclosed city. All 20 Iranians were Muslim and many were impacted by watching Mohabat TV, one of the most popular Christian satellite channels in Iran.
On August 25, 2020, Iran International posted a survey reporting that only 32% of the population considers themselves Shia Muslims.
Christianity Today reported about a new survey of 50,000 Iranians—90 percent residing in Iran—by GAMAAN, a Netherlands-based research group, that 1.5 percent were identified as Christian.
Plenty of circumstances in Iran are fueling anger for Iranians, reports Mission Network News. There are plenty of circumstances fueling Iranian anger. The economy is failing, and governmental denial frustrates working-class citizens. The second wave of COVID-19 stokes fiery indignation.
CHVN Radio has reported that even though Iran is one of the most dangerous places on earth to be a Christian, thousands of Iranians have come to faith in Jesus over the past few months. Here’s what Mike Ansari had to say about it.
Broadcasts into the Middle East are reaching many who need to hear the Gospel. In a recent article posted by Christianity Today, the perils and promises of that strategic plan to reach the lost are highlighted in a conflict over licensing for GodTV.
Heart4Iran’s CEO Mike Ansari tells Mission Network News that the ministry receives many calls reporting “multiple accounts of clinics and hospitals brimming beyond capacity, filled with the bodies of the deceased due to Coronavirus and citizens hiding in fear of contraction.”
Ug Christian News reported that through a satellite Christian television station, Mohabat TV, the call center registered over 3000 salvations. Iranians are responding to the messages that are being broadcasted into Iran and giving their hearts to Jesus.
Iran’s latest legal changes target virtual churches and online ministries. According to Article18, new amendments to an existing law expand Iranian authorities’ ability to persecute religious minorities, reports Mission Network News.
Iran is the epicenter of the Coronavirus in the Middle East, reports Persecution.org. Now is the time to boldly share the Gospel and grow deeper in the knowledge of the Scriptures for many Iranian Christians.
A digital church in Iran provides fellowship, teaching, training, and counseling for Christians isolated from each other during Iran’s ongoing health crisis, reports Mission Network News. The Mohabat Virtual Church airs every Thursday on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook and www.mykelisa.com.
Middle East Concern, in collaboration with Open Doors International, Article 18 and CSW has released the 2019 report on violations of the rights of Christians in Iran.
ICC (International Christian Concern) reports its concerns about the US assassination of Major General Qassem Soleimani, a Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) member and leader of the elite Quds Force.
Mission Network News reports that protests are cropping up in multiple countries these days. “People across many countries are expressing their anger against politicians and their leaders by taking their cause to the streets. Sadly, some of them put their lives on the line – hoping their demise would spring life into a new season of change,” Heart4Iran’s Mike Ansari observes.
The hardline Islamic regime of Iran is facing widespread protests from its own people, and it’s cracking down in return. So far, the US has clearly stood with the protestors but stopped short of calling for regime change, reports CBN News.
Iran has world’s ‘fastest-growing church,’ despite no buildings – and it’s mostly led by women: documentary
Sheep Among Wolves II, a new film tells the story of the “fastest-growing church” in the world, an underground, persecuted Christian movement in a country known for exporting radical Islamic terrorism — Iran.
As you know, our Discipleship Team is working tirelessly to translate Bible lessons into different languages. Several years ago, a supporter...
Christian Post reported two Iranian Christians at their final appeal hearing were ordered by a court to renounce their Christian faith to gain their freedom but they refused to do so.
Mission Network News reported Iranian society is bearing the brunt of US sanctions put in place last month.
Mission Network News reported EU leaders will meet on Friday to discuss U.S.-Iran conflict. Renewed UN sanctions may be forthcoming according to European diplomats.
International Day of Prayer: Once Great Iranian Church Re-Emerging, but Millions Need Prayers to God
Christian Post reported that on the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, a coalition of Iranian church leaders and pastors came together for the first time to ask for prayers for the re-emerging Church in Iran.
Please pray for Iranian Christians, two have been sentenced for “spreading propaganda against the regime.” It is difficult to know how an offense against Islam will be handled in Iran.
Iran Is Witnessing ‘One of Fastest Growing Church Movements,’ but Christians Face Intense Persecution
According to the Christian Post even though Iranian Chiristaians are witnessing one of the “fastest growing underground church movements” in the world, they are also under intense persecution.
International Christian Concern (ICC) learned that two believers were sentenced for affirming basic Christian doctrines.
Mission Network News reported four gunmen disguised as Iran’s Revolutionary Guard opened fire on an Iranian military parade in Ahvaz. They shot into the marching soldiers and crowd, killing 25 people and injuring 60 including civilians.
According to Mission Network News, Heart4Iran is a consortium of over 40 partners actively working together to bring the love and hope of Jesus Christ to the people of Iran. Mohabat TV is part of Heart4Iran.
Christian Post reported a testimony shared from Mohabat TV that a former Taliban executioner who turned away from jihadism could not understand how Jesus could love him, before he finally found peace.