How far would you go to be able to freely worship the Lord? The next town? Another country? How about the other side of the world? That’s how far today’s guest had to travel. Farshid Rezaee was born to a Muslim family in Iran. His first encounter with Jesus was a publication of the Sermon on the mount in a newspaper. Eventually his journey of faith led him out of Iran and into a ministry of apologetics and evangelism. Today he uses those gifts in service of students through the Pittsburgh Regional International Student Ministries, or Prism for short.
So join Tom, Nate and Farshid as they discuss his faith journey, and what it really means to take up your cross and follow Jesus.
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