God is still on His throne and Iranian-American Captain Kavon Hakimzadeh commands the USS Harry S. Truman on Iran’s doorstep in the Arabian Sea.
What you need to know about the good Captain
- Born in Texas (Iranian father, American mother)
- Raised in Iran until age 11 years, fled Iran in 1979
- His goal from his youth was to command an aircraft carrier
- He is a Southern Baptist
What Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei needs to know about the good Captain
- HE’S BACK!
See Power (not a misspelling)
From my personal experiences living and working aboard the aircraft carrier Constellation (CVA-64) in the Tonkin Gulf in the days of the Vietnam War, I can say matter of factually that few know the devastation an aircraft carrier can deliver. The Connie never used even .1% of its power in that war. The USS Harry S. Truman has more than enough capability to turn the entire nation of Iran into an unpopulated wasteland within minutes of time.
The fastest growing body of Christians in the entire world is the church in Iran. This morning, I invite Christians, Muslim Background Believers*, and Jews to pray for Captain Hakimzadeh and for a hedge of protection around all US Armed Forces personnel in the Middle East.
A new film tells the story of the “fastest-growing church” in the world, an underground, persecuted Christian movement in a country known for exporting radical Islamic terrorism — Iran.
People in Iran, a Muslim-majority nation, are fleeing Islam in droves as believers bow their knee to Jesus and become aggressively pro-Israel, according to the documentary “Sheep Among Wolves Volume II.”
“What if I told you Islam is dead?” one unidentified Iranian church leader says in the film, which was directed by Dalton Thomas and produced by Frontier Alliance International Studios.
“What if I told you the mosques are empty inside Iran?” he continues. “What if I told you no one follows Islam inside of Iran? Would you believe me? This is exactly what is happening inside of Iran. God is moving powerfully inside of Iran.”Fox News, 9/27/2019 | Iran has world’s ‘fastest-growing church,’ despite no buildings – and it’s mostly led by women: documentary
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