Urgent: Pending Execution of Iranian Pastor

 

“Just days after Iran released two Americans accused of spying in Iran, an Iranian court has upheld the apostasy conviction and execution sentence of Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani.” <Read the full story here>

Youcef Nadarkhani

Yesterday, a close personal friend of Pastor Youcef, the Christian pastor in Iran sentenced to death for his faith – a sentence that could be carried out as early as tomorrow – appeared on the Jordan Sekulow Show, to provide an update on Pastor Youcef’s situation. Listen below and please consider praying and fasting for this brother and his family in these critical hours… Listen here: Pastor Firouz Interview

TAKE ACTION NOW!
Help stop the execution of Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani. Use the form in the link below to email the Iranian embassy, urging them not to go ahead with the execution following the trial. It takes two minutes of your time, for a man who hasn’t much time left…
http://www.e-activist.com/ea-action/action?ea.client.id=88&ea.campaign.id=12209

 

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How Far Will You Go

 

“Good bye mom, I love you!” seventeen year old Cassie told her mother as she walked out the front door and hurried off to school.  It was a day like any other, running late, homework to finish before afternoon classes, and normal teenage life in the high school to deal with.

While at school that morning, she handed her friend, Amanda, a note.

“It’s so frustrating to be patient and wait for God’s perfect timing.  It’s so hard to remember that his timing is not our timing.  That he knows best. I need to learn to trust, be faithful and trusting…and choose his will… P.S. Honestly, I want to live completely for God.  It’s hard and scary, but totally worth it.”

Little did either one of them know that would be Cassie’s last day here on earth.

 

On April 20th, 1999, Cassie and others heard the gun shots down the hall and hid underneath a lunchroom table as the two boys entered and began shooting.  One of the boys walked up to the table Cassie was hiding underneath, slapped the tabletop twice with his hand, and bent over to see her. Continue reading