Help Reach Christians in the Middle East

In the country where Morad lives, Christians are considered second-class citizens. They are restricted from speaking or teaching about Christ. Publishing a Bible in the native language is illegal. And actively ministering to someone who comes from a Muslim background is a punishable offense.Any believer caught violating the law can be thrown in jail where they will likely suffer under brutal conditions.After he was thrown into the back of the van, Morad was taken to a strange prison in a strange city. No one knew where he was or why he never returned home. He was locked in solitary confinement, and then he was left completely alone.

Source: Help Reach Christians in the Middle East

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