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Pastor Saeed’s Wife Speaks Out

By Matthew Clark1355956145000

Christian Pastor Saeed Abedini, an American citizen, is languishing in an Iranian prison because of his faith. He is separated from his wife and two young children.

Christian Pastor Saeed Abedini and family

Pastor Saeed’s wife, Naghmeh, shared with our radio audience today how he was arrested, the immense persecution and abuse he has endured, how his children miss their father, and how his faith is carrying him through this trial.

Christian Pastor Saeed Abedini and family

Listen to her tell her husband’s compelling story of faith in the face of immense persecution.

Listen here.

Christian Pastor Saeed Abedini

Please share his story and pray, as we continue to fight for his freedom in Iran. Sign the petition for Pastor Saeed’s freedom today.

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