THIS MONTH'S HIGHLIGHT:
The Opened Eyed Missionary:
The biography of Farrukh Khan
Farrukh Khan was brought up in a wealthy family in Palistan but a military revolt and religious extremist refugees fleeing the Russian invasion in Afghanistan made sharing Christianity dangerous. After earning an engineering degree Farrukh found work in Saudi Arabia as an engineer working for ARAMCO.
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