Thursday, June 21, 2012

Iran: A letter from prison

In the closed land of Iran, one might be surprised to hear that there are many people with open hearts. Thousands of Iranians are coming to Christ by hearing the gospel through satellite programs, secret evangelism and even dreams. Among those converting to Christianity are officials within the government itself.

However, the growth of the Church is coming at a cost. Iran's underground Church faces persecution, prison charges and, in some cases, even death.

The family of Haik Hovsepian, an Iranian Christian martyred in 1994, has produced a music video highlighting the conflicts faced by many Iranian believers today and how Christians around the world can be bound with them (Hebrews 13:3).

Please consider showing this video during your next church service and sharing it with friends and family, inviting them to join you in praying for the Church in Iran!

For other videos about the persecuted Church, please visit our multimedia site. You can learn more about our brothers and sisters in Iran at our Iran Country Report.

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