Conversions in Kurdistan

The Dean of Zanzibar, the Very Rev. Jerry Kramer, reports that Anglican relief workers in Kurdistan are seeing an unprecedented round of revivals and conversions. Dean Kramer, who has led several aid trips to Erbil and Dohuk and has supported Iraqi and Kurdish ministers told Anglican Ink on 2 February 2015 that the invasion by ISIS has caused great human misery, but has so far failed in its objective in wiping out Christianity in the region. Over the weekend 40 Muslim and Yazidi families converted to Christianity, a Kurdish pastor reported to Dean Kramer. “A.” wrote: “Brothers and Sisters, I thank the Lord Jesus for your prayers for the people of my country, I wanted to share with you and tell you that Jesus Christ responded to your prayers and will respond. 40 families came to Christ, Muslims and Yazidis and others. There is no place for us to gather them all, but I’m following. I ask you to continue to pray because all of this is a product of prayer.” Dean Kramer commented “We are seeing this kind of fruit daily among the ISIS refugees thanks to your prayers, love and generous support.”

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