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20 Iranians Left the Country to Get Baptized in Christ — Then Boldly Returned to Spread the Gospel

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As Faithwire has reported, violent anti-government protests have been underway in Iran since late last week. The demonstrations, which are predominantly made up of young people, began in response to Iran’s sluggish economy and rising cost of living. Twenty one people have died and several hundred have been arrested since the uprisings began last Thursday, as Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his regime clamp down on protesters.

READ: ‘God Help Us’: Leaked Docs Show Iranian Regime Considering Military Action Against Protesters

In the midst of this deadly quest for freedom are promising signs of progress for the beleaguered Iranian people. According to a CBN News report, Iran has one of the fastest growing churches in the world. Despite threats of persecution, Iranians are bravely turning against the status quo and seeking to learn more about Christianity. Late last year, some 20 people (who have all remained anonymous for their safety) secretly journeyed out of the country to be baptized and have now returned to Iran to spread the message of the Gospel.

Watch the CBN News report below:

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