Release International Prayer Shields, Iran and North Korea

11 September 2020 – North Korea Jang worked closely with Chinese-Korean pastor Han Chung-Ryeol who was murdered by North Korean agents in 2016, because of his gospel work among North Koreans. Pray their ministry’s legacy will be many lives changed.

10 September 2020 – North Korea Pray for Deacon Jang who was abducted in China by North Korean agents in 2014, for his ministry among North Koreans.

8 September 2020 – Iran Pray for four Christians from Rasht in Iran who were imprisoned for being part of a house church because they could not afford bail: Ramin Hassanpour, his wife Kathrin Sajadpour, Moslem Rahimi and another unnamed believer. Ramin and Kathrin have two teenage sons.

7 September 2020 – Iran Pray for Ismaeili Maghrebinejad who is still appealing against multiple prison sentences in Iran, including one for responding to a joke on social media deemed critical of Islamic clergy.

6 September 2020 – Iran Pray for protection for Christians in Iran held in Tehran’s Evin Prison where there have been several cases of Covid-19.

5 September 2020 – Iran Thank God for the early release in March of Fatemeh Bakhteri and Rokhsareh Ghanbari who had served seven months of a one-year sentence for ‘spreading propaganda against the regime’ in Iran.

4 September 2020 – Iran Praise God that Amin Khaki has been released eight months into a 14-month sentence in Iran. Amin was convicted last March of ‘propaganda against the state and establishing house churches’.

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