Pastor Saeed spent his second Christmas imprisoned in Iran for his Christian faith, apart from his wife and two young children, 7 and 5, here in America.
Sadly, this is the case for far too many persecuted Christians around the world. Our fight for Pastor Saeed continues, and it is important that we continue to share his story and the stories of others just like him.
Read my latest post for the Washington Post's On Faith where I detail how, amidst all the travesty and torture that Pastor Saeed is forced to endure, his faith in Christ shines through.
Also, read my dad Jay Sekulow's latest Fox News piece about the importance of standing up for the voiceless as we celebrate this Christmas season.
Please continue to take a stand for Pastor Saeed and the persecuted Church.
Sign the Petition to Stand Firm for Pastor Saeed at BeHeardProject.com.
Jordan Sekulow, ACLJ Executive Director