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Underground believers in Iran

Iranian teenager heard God’s voice, left Islam and Iran to follow Jesus

By Mark Ellis

He grew up in a Muslim family that was less than rigorous about their faith. When the still small voice of the Lord began to call him he resisted, but ultimately, he could not challenge the beautiful truths he found in Jesus.

“[My family] were Muslims, but never very strict,” Mehdi* told World Watch Monitor. “My parents were both teachers …


Suicidal Muslim heard preaching over a loudspeaker, found hope

By Mark Ellis

Sameer was born and raised in a fanatic Muslim family. He strictly followed the practices of Islam and prayed five times a day.

Beset by hardships in his life, he prayed a heartfelt prayer one day: “I am facing so many problems in my own personal life and family life. I don’t know how to overcome it. Please hear …

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Muslim father killed daughter and threw her down a well, but Jesus caught her and restored her life


By Mark Ellis

She was born into a strict Muslim family in the Middle East. Because she was born in the Muslim month of Ramzan, her parents named her Ramza.

“I was a religious girl from my childhood,” she told Bibles for Mideast. “I was always in front of the line for the Islamic practices for reciting the Koran, doing prayers five …

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80 Muslim refugees find Jesus in Germany, get baptized

By Mark Ellis

A church in Hamburg, Germany recently conducted a mass baptism filled with Muslim converts who had become disillusioned with Islam and were looking for truth.

“The motive for the change of faith is the same for many: they are disappointed with Islam,” Pastor Albert Babajan, of the Alpha Omega Church in Hamburg told Mohabat News.

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After a demon pinned him to his bed, this Muslim turned to Jesus

By Mark Ellis

He grew up in Kuwait in a Sunni Muslim family, but when his brother came home from America a Christian – and after a dramatic visitation by a demon – he decided to consider the claims of Jesus.

“We fasted during the month of Ramadan and Friday prayers were normal,” says Naeem Fazal about his upbringing in the wealthy …

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Daughter of Egyptian military intelligence chief left Islam

By Mark Ellis

As a child she was taught to believe the Jews were monsters that wanted to kill Arab children. By God’s grace, she overcame a culture of hatred and found a new reason for hope after she settled in the United States.

“I grew up in a culture of jihad and martyrdom,” says Nonie Darwish, the founder of Former Muslims …

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Wind in the House of Islam: more and more Muslims coming to Christ

The following is the entire 1st chapter from from David Garrison’s  book A Wind in the House of Islam and is posted with

permission from the author. For more information about the book  please go to www.WindintheHouse.org. 

A wind is blowing through the House of Islam. The House of Islam, Dar al-Islam in Arabic, is the name Muslims give to an invisible religious empire that stretches from West Africa …

Syrian Christian family describes their escape from Aleppo

By Christian Aid Mission

Ten minutes. That was all the time for Sanna and her husband to gather their eight children and get out of the house.

They didn´t pack a suitcase, nor did they grab a few prized family photographs. They simply ran as far and as fast down the street as they could.

God used stalled car to lead Muslim to Christ

By Mark Ellis

Mounir is an Egyptian Christian living in Southern California. One day his car stalled on a busy freeway in Southern California. Upset by this unscheduled delay in his plans, he called the Auto Club for roadside assistance.

They sent a truck driven by Muhammad, a recent immigrant from Iran. Unable to get the car to run, Muhammad hoisted the …

Woman stumbles over ‘demon’ in Arabic class

By Mark Ellis

In an unnamed Middle East country, Sue has been studying Arabic four days a week with one of her husband’s friends. A silly misspelling during one of her sessions launched a thought-provoking spiritual conversation.

As Sue practiced writing her name under her instructor’s watchful eye, she stopped when it became clear she made a mistake.

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