Dr. Michael Youssef, Founder and President of Leading The Way Ministries, has propelled another Farsi-language form of his Leading The Way TV program to contact crowds in Iran. The every day, 30-minute program shows up on the Nejat TV stage.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is home to in excess of 84 million individuals and is a predominately Shia Muslim nation that remaining parts threatening to Christianity.
The 800,000 Christians in the country face oppression by their administration. Faith gatherings and evangelism are criminal operations deserving of detainment and even passing.
Regardless of this, Youssef said there is more noteworthy profound appetite in Iran than any time in recent memory.
“That’s why this Farsi-language broadcast is an essential part of our outreach to Muslims there and abroad,” commented Youssef in an official statement. “By partnering with Nejat TV, we will be able to tell millions of Muslim men, women and children about a God who loves them and wants to have a relationship with them.”
Driving The Way’s territorial field groups are accessible to react to watchers who have inquiries concerning Youssef’s message or Christianity by and large. The field groups are a significant profound life saver, and they report talking with watchers who state Jesus appeared to them in dreams, with others requesting help interfacing with different Christians.
“Our field teams are the church for those who have none,” said Youssef. “For many viewers in Islamic countries with limited access to the gospel, our field teams are sometimes the first Christian they have ever talked to about Jesus and the only means for them to get answers to their questions.”
Driving The Way’s partnership with Nejat TV extends its own expansive telecom capacities all through the Middle East through THE KINGDOM SAT, a satellite TV station established by Youssef that arrives at 195 million Arabic-talking homes in the Arab world.
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