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Why is Iran hard to reach with the gospel? In this episode of Neighborhoods & Nations, Steven Morales explores the city of Tehran and the history of Persia to understand why life is difficult for Iranian Christians. Despite the persecution, the church is growing and multiplying. Today, Iranian Christians are praying for God to bring revival to Iranian cities like Tehran, Isfahan, and Mashhad as he did to Ninevah thousands of years ago.

Steven Morales is the Content Director at Radical and hosts Neighborhood & Nations. He is based out of Guatemala City, Guatemala.
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