In 2015, while serving persecuted Christians in Sudan, our guest was arrested and imprisoned, sentenced to life in prison as an enemy of the state. During his confinement, he shared a cell with several ISIS terrorists. Today, he shares his harrowing and inspiring true story of what happened behind the locked doors of his jail cell. Don’t miss a minute of this riveting conversation.
Why am I gay? Why can’t I change? You might be surprised to know how many women and men in our congregations are asking that very question. If they get no answers from the church, they’ll certainly get some from the world. Join us to discover where our true identity comes from and how to offer kind, compassionate and truthful answers to people who are struggling.
As the leader of VOM’s (Voice of the Martyr's) ministry in Africa, Petr Jasek was arrested by Sudan’s Islamist regime in 2015 while in the country to help persecuted Christians. Convicted as a spy, sentenced to life in prison and forced to share a cell with ISIS terrorists, Petr witnessed to his fellow prisoners during his 445 days in prison. Today, Petr serves as VOM’s Global Ambassador, traveling the world encouraging believers to stand with our persecuted brothers and sisters in prayer and action.
Joe Dallas is an author, conference speaker, and ordained pastoral counselor. He directs a Biblical counseling ministry for those dealing with sexual and relational problems, and with their families as well. He received his Master’s Degree in Christian Counseling from Vision University, San Diego, CA and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. He is also the author of the daily blog Joe Dallas Online.