Voice of Christ Media Ministries ministers in many ways.
Beginning in the 1950s Fern Scott served Iranians by working as a nurse. She started out in Hamadan, a city famous as the burial place of Queen Esther and her uncle Mordecai.
She moved up to Rasht after her stint in Hamadan. Following extended nurses training back in the States, she moved to Tabriz to work in the nursing school associated with the Presbyterian mission in that city. In her free time she led a women’s Bible study. But with 14-hour days, she didn’t have time for much else.
Today it is not possible for missionaries like Fern Scott to share the Gospel in person in Iran.
All the missionaries had to leave the country following the 1979 Islamic Revolution. And since then it has been risky for Iranian Christians to share their faith. But God has opened doors to make it possible to use different ways to proclaim the Gospel and teach the Bible.
Voice of Christ Media Ministries has been using traditional radio broadcasting for almost 40 years to teach the Word of God to Iranians. Today, by the grace of God, the ministry has expanded as God has opened doors to cutting-edge technologies including the internet, satellite radio and social media.
Changes continue to come to Voice of Christ Media Ministries. New technologies mean new opportunities to make the life-changing Gospel available to Iranians all over the world. Pray with us that we will make good use of every door the Lord opens for us.