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Unbroken faith

Unbroken faith

Iranian prisons like Evin are designed to cause visible signs of decline in their victims. Yet Farshid Fathi leaves an entirely different impression. Farshid was incarcerated in a wave of arrests of Christians in December 2010. He was held for five years – the first... Read more
Check the trash

Check the trash

A Pioneer missionary working in South America shared the following testimony. A couple of weeks ago, my mother sends me a message that the garbage man didn’t come for two days in a row. She called them twice to come back to get the trash and they came but passed by my... Read more
The hand-copied Bible

The hand-copied Bible

Gao Shao Xiu lived in constant pain when she was a child. Doctors diagnosed her with inflammation of the brain (she later learned it was liver damage) and told her parents not to invest too much money or education in her because she would not live long. But her... Read more
Freed from hate

Freed from hate

Abdel-Nour from Algeria shares his testimony of how meeting Jesus Christ set him free from a life of hatred, enabling him to learn to love his enemies. “Previously, hate towards Arabs filled my heart. Today, that hate is replaced by love. Christ has radically changed... Read more
Broken to beautiful

Broken to beautiful

Farrah grew up in Jordan, where the law requires single women to set aside a small amount of money from each paycheck until they get married. Farrah’s father needed that money to pay for her mother’s cancer treatment, so he arranged Farrah’s wedding. “Farrah is forced... Read more
God is your Provider

God is your Provider

During the COVID-19 pandemic a Latino family serving in Israel, the Garcias*, saw a decrease in their support. Simeon and Celia only had enough left to remain in Israel for three more months. In addition, there was an urgent, large visa expense they needed to pay. The... Read more
Women who fear God

Women who fear God

Evangelism is an important function of the church everywhere. But in communist Vietnam, followers of Christ cannot openly share their faith. Those who do are often threatened or imprisoned. A Vietnamese woman named Han says, “When I was young I went to church. We were... Read more
COVID-19 quarantine can’t stop God

COVID-19 quarantine can’t stop God

COVID has brought many complications and hurdles for many refugee ministries. Yet even in the middle of lockdowns and quarantines, God is still working. James* was diagnosed with COVID-19. So we, as a family of four, had to quarantine ourselves for 14 days. James... Read more
In search of a loving God

In search of a loving God

Sam*, an Iranian Christian working with SAT-7 PARS, shares his journey in search of a loving God. “When I was 9-10 years old, I really loved God. I thought that participating in ceremonies and feasts would help me get closer to Him. I was given more responsibilities... Read more
Courageous calling

Courageous calling

Fulani are one of the largest ethnic groups in west Africa with only a few believers among these traditionally nomadic herders. Tambaya Ibrahim, a Bodaado Fulani, travels across Niger to preach to the Fulani and encourage new believers declaring: “God has called me to... Read more

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