Katherine H. has been teaching Muslim students in the Middle- and Far-East for thirteen years, and she has never had a woman convert who remained faithful to God following her baptism. Recently, two Afghan women became Christians within nine days. One was from Ghazni near Kabul, and the other was from Herat.
Katherine writes, “Things are really popping in Afghanistan—in a good way. Just today, I learned that our medical student convert who was afraid to join us in April, decided to do so today. She is now in Kerat to continue her education.
“Also today, Bob H. wrote and told me that the father of his convert in Ghazni is a Mullah, and he disowned her when she became a Christian. The Taliban knew where she lived, so she moved. Then, this weekend, the Taliban shot and killed marchers in a religious holiday. Bob’s student teaches girls secretly in her home. If discovered, she [too] could be shot.”
Katherine worships with her Afghan converts online every Sunday. She says, “Our Sunday worship is growing. The meaner the Taliban get, the more people they send rushing into the arms of Jesus.”