Evangelical Christians make up less than 1% of the population of Pakistan.
Even though women frequently outnumber men in the churches by a ratio of 6:1, they are sometimes unintentionally overlooked in the church due to society’s gender taboos.
Persecution of Christians is also prevalent here, especially for those who have left Islam in order to follow Jesus Christ.
Watch this brief video
to learn more about the
Women’s Discipleship Initiative.
For more than 30 years, FMI’s distinctive ministry has been to develop partnerships between western sponsors and trained indigenous Christian workers already living in these hard-to-reach nations.