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Iranian youth: disillusioned and desperate for hope

April 10, 2018

Mission Network News reported the youth in Iran, underemployed, politically disenfranchised, religiously restricted – make up over two-thirds of the national population and they are desperately searching for purpose.

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Iranian government seeks to shut down house churches

March 14, 2018

We’ve been hearing how the Church in Iran is the fastest growing church in the world but the shape of the Church is actually underground and in the form of numerous, individual house churches – and the Iranian gover[...]

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Islamic Revolution echoes 39 years later in Iran

February 15, 2018

This month marks 39 years since Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution. It was a major shock to the country when the revolution broke out. Yet, many Iranians embraced the revolution, believing change would be a good thing[...]

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Jesus is Building His Church’ Inside Iran

January 28, 2018

“Tens of thousands in this overwhelmingly Muslim nation are abandoning that faith,” reported CBN News.

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Free resource download helps Church bridge gap to immigrants

November 10, 2017

Mission Network News reports Dr. Mike Ansari of Heart4Iran has a burden to bring unity to the Church and help equip the persecuted Church in Iran. Aside from partnering with as many like-minded ministries as he can[...]

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Iran, sanctions, and developing a heart for the Farsi speaking world

October 05, 2017

Heart4Iran is a ministry partnership of 85 organizations, focused on bringing the Western world’s attention to what is happening with God’s people in Iran, reported Mission Network News.

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Iran: shock, trauma and crisis

September 15, 2017

Mission Network News reported rescuers and Iranians began digging through rubble in a frantic search for quake survivors on Sunday and Monday, soon after a powerful earthquake struck near the Iraqi border.

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Iranian Imam receives Christ via satellite TV, escapes country

March 06, 2007

One of the top Islamic leaders in Iran accepted Christ and left the country after facing death threats and imprisonment, according to an Iranian pastor living in the U.S., reports Worthy Ministries.

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