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According to statistics, only about 6 percent of those living in the Middle East call themselves Christians.  "Joseph" is part of that 6 percent.  He works with TWR, and for security reasons, we are not even using his real name.  "Joseph" tells us that because of the persecution that believers in the Middle East face, and because many of them are isolated, it's very important for TWR to provide biblical programs to encourage them and "help them grow in their faith journey."

Click here to learn more about TWR's outreach in the Middle East

(Photo of Andy Napier interviewing "Joseph")