May 282014
 

1426163_10152538970789156_1955504315_aOn Wednesdays we remember that a brother languishes in a foreign prison.

We do more than just remember, however…we stand with him by using our social media to advocate for his release.

We ask that you change your Facebook profile picture to his and that you “like”  the “Free Saeed” Facebook page and participate in some of the activities that promote his cause.

We ask…that you remember him and his family in prayer…and that you refuse to give up on efforts to secure his release.

His wife has asked that we write letters to him as well;

 Hi All,

Writing letters to Saeed in prison is a great way to let the Iranian government know that there are many who are concerned about him and it helps keep him alive and treated better at the prison. Here is the address to Rajaei Shahr prison. Please join me in writing letters to him. It should cost $1.10 for postage. You can share scripture and about Jesus as long as you are not attacking Islam or the Iranian government.

Saeed Abedini

Zendane Rajaee Shahr

Bulvare Moazen

Karaj, Iran

God Bless

Naghmeh Abedini

  3 Responses to “Free Saeed”

  1. Between trusting the Lord to do the right thing and petitioning the Iran government, I would have expected one from the Reformed/Calvin ist point of view would opt for the ‘sovereignty’ of God.

    Praying to the Father for the brother from Arizona today.
    -mike

  2. This from Naghmeh:
    Saeed’s Parents got to see Saeed today (behind a glass window) for about 20 minutes. He was recovering from the beatings last week and is weak. The internal bleeding which had intensified during beatings last week seems to be getting better. It was good for them to see their son. Thank you for your prayers. ‪#‎FreeSaeed‬ ‪#‎SaveSaeed‬

  3. Praying for this Man and his family

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