Taking great risks to share the Gospel

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Pakistan is renowned for natural beauty — from its Arabian Sea coast in the south to the Himalaya Mountains in the north, but the nation also has a profound dark side. Pakistan is one of the top ten countries in which persecution and discrimination against Christians is most severe.

In this population which is 95% Muslim, Christians are a beleaguered minority; evangelicals make up less than 1% of the Pakistan’s citizens. Yet God’s Spirit knows no barriers, and many people are coming to saving faith in Christ through the ministry of our national partners who often maintain ministries in multiple cities and rural villages.

FMI also helps to maintain a network of safe houses for persecuted believers who have been abused and rejected by their families.

News from Pakistan

September 12, 2022

Pakistan flooding creates massive inland lake

Pakistan (MNN) — Flooding in Pakistan has created a 100-kilometer-wide inland lake, satellite imagery shows. The Indus river overflowed and covered large swaths of the Sindh province… […]
August 30, 2022

TTP invades Pakistan’s Swat region

Pakistan (MNN) — The Pakistani Taliban, known as the TTP, have increased their presence in the Swat region… Read the rest of the article and listen to […]
August 2, 2022

FMI partners with Keys for Kids

Pakistan (MNN) — FMI has teamed up with Keys for Kids Ministries, translating kids and teen devotionals into Urdu…. Read the rest of the article and listen to the […]
July 26, 2022

Former Pakistan PM’s party wins provincial election

Pakistan (MNN) — Ousted former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, saw his party win a crucial election this week. His PTI party won 15 of 20 […]
July 18, 2022

Pakistani Christian mechanic sentenced to death for blasphemy

Pakistan (MNN) — In Pakistan, a Christian mechanic has been sentenced to death for blasphemy. A court in the city of Lahore handed down the ruling… Read […]
July 11, 2022

Afghan quake leaves 362,000 in need of relief

Afghanistan (MNN) — 362,000 people need relief in Afghanistan, following a deadly earthquake on June 22. This number comes from the U.N. Office for the Coordination of […]