Who we serve

Location: Middle East

Allaja of Mesopotamia

The Magi, or wise men, who traveled from the East to honor the newborn Jesus were most likely forebears of the modern Allaja.

Armenians of Iran

Iranian citizens who are ethnically Armenian are Iran’s largest Christian religious minority. An estimated 150,000 currently reside in the country, and they are engaged in a variety of professions and occupations


This AFM project aims to teach English and computer skills to outcast girls in order to integrate into them back into society, provide them with hope, and introduce them to the Savior.


Christianity is growing rapidly in Iran, numbering more than 100,000 nationals. Persecution has intensified since 2005, with marked increases in 2011 and 2012.

Iranians of the Middle East

Because Iranians in Iran are becoming disillusioned with the ruling regime and dissatisfied with Islam, there is a growing underground house-church movement developing and a window of opportunity is open to us.

Iraqis of Jordan

Iraqis in Jordan, the majority of whom are Sunni Muslims, are estimated to number above 200,000 and comprise approximately 4-5 percent of the total population.

Syrians of Turkey

Since March 2011 the crisis in Syria has forced many Syrians to abandon their homeland and seek shelter in other countries. Currently 1.5 million of these refugees reside in Turkey.