In the most desolate circumstances, God works.
Maryam Rostampour and Marziyeh Amirizadeh were born into Muslim families in Iran. Both had a desire to know God. Both were converted to Christ in their teens, one after a vision of Jesus; the other by reading a copy of Luke's Gospel.
They met while studying in Turkey. Studies over, they decided to return to Iran. Their people needed to hear of the love of Jesus.
Together they handed out - illegally - 20,000 New Testaments and started two house churches. They saw miracles as God protected them. Then one day they were arrested.
After days of interrogation, they were moved to the notorious Evin Prison in Teheran. They were charged with apostasy, blasphemy and anti-government activity. They were promised they would be executed by hanging - but they were told if they converted to Islam they would be released immediately. They refused.
The authorities' promise was not carried out. Eventually, they were released. How that came about is a remarkable story.
You can hear their testimonies on video here. They have written a book. Captive in Iran, about their experiences. You can read the first chapter here.
Take advantage of the opportunity. Your faith will be strengthened as you hear the stories of these brave young women.