Hundreds of Iranian and Afghan Muslims are coming to Christ despite the very real threat of violent persecution or death.
Elam Ministries reported that more than 200 Iranians and Afghans were baptized just outside Iran. Doing so inside the country could mean death.
“I never thought I would find freedom from my past, but Jesus has set me free,” one newly baptized Christian told Elam Ministries.
Despite the dangers of converting to Christianity, revival is breaking out in Iran — one of the most dangerous places to be a Christian.
“Twenty years ago, everyone thought there were 2,000-5,000 believers in Iran,” says Elam Ministries’ Mark Howard.
Today that number has grown more than ten-fold. READ MORE