They are taxi drivers, shop owners, doctors, students, mothers, fathers, but they all have one thing in common: they grew up as Muslims living in Iran, but now have accepted Jesus as their Saviour and Lord. They love the Lord passionately but it has a price.
The Lord is doing a mighty work in the Muslim world. Many Muslims become followers of Jesus, through revelations and visions from the Lord Himself, but also through the sharing of the Gospel. In Iran also, many Muslims are very open to hear about Jesus Christ and the salvation and forgiveness He offers. This is something our outreach workers are experiencing every time they travel to Iran. During
In November, an outreach team shared the Gospel with people in several cities in Iran. "God is truly at work in Iran. Several people shared the testimony of their conversion after they had a dream of Jesus Christ. We pray the Lord will continue to speak to the Iranian people this way."
In October 2016 we shared an urgent prayer request with you about Reza, a young IT-guy who became a believer and soon started planted churches in Iran. Good news: Reza has now been released from prison. Read his remarkable story.
The church in Iran has become one of the fastest growing churches in the world, and it is influencing the region for Christ. DPM representatives in Iran are launching a new project—the DPM Correspondence Bible School in the Farsi language. This course covers the foundations of the Christian faith, based on Hebrew 6:1-2, including topics like repentance and faith, baptism in water and baptism...
Around Christmas time a team went on a mission trip to Iran. As soon as they safely passed the boarder they started to pray: “Lord, what is Your will for this time?” Read on to discover what happened!
"Mohammed, Jesus and Moses are all the same; using people for their own purposes" is what Ali, a taxi driver in Iran, believed. We met him during our mission trip and challenged him to get to know Jesus...