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Sharjeel & Saira Shafqat

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"And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others" 2 Timothy 2:2, NIV.

Sharjeel and Saira (Sara) were married in 2011 and have two young kids. They live and minister in South Asia

They had the privilege to study at the International Graduate School of Leadership (IGSL) in the Philippines. Sharjeel finished with a Masters of Divinity in Biblical Studies, and Sara studied Partners in Ministry. In 2016, they went back to South Asia to continue their ministry again. 

They are serving young adults who were addicted to drugs and alcohol, many of whom were working under a drug lord. After one year of constant prayer and relationship-building, 55 young adults were baptized and are now serving the Lord in the Church. This also caused persecution, court trials, prison, and fractured bones. It was not an easy journey.

Sara is providing free education to homeless, poor, street, and underprivileged kids. Some of these kids are not Christians, whom they are able to love and help whenever needed. 

Both Sharjeel and Sara are serving in urban poor areas, which lack all the basic necessities. They are helping people in these slums to develop and establish themselves intellectually, financially, spiritually, and emotionally. Therefore, these families can be stable and know the compassion of Jesus Christ towards the poor. 

Sharjeel is also serving in Pastoral Leadership Development in his limited capacity, as he believes that South Asia should be a region which has the zeal to bring the Gospel to all the nations. He is praying and planning to send workers all around the world and desires to set up a Training School in South Asia.

Sara is envisioning an orphanage and free education school in the future. She faced so many circumstances in her childhood, and her parents struggled a lot for their education. Even in her childhood, she prayed to God that whenever God would allow the opportunity she could start a free education school that would help poor and orphaned kids. She is also ministering among poor women, many of whom are maids and working in Muslim homes. The majority of Christians are labeled "janitors" here, but it emotionally breaks every child and adult. Sara is trying to help remove this label by providing education. 

Please pray and stand with Sharjeel and Sara. They want to see the Kingdom of God established in South Asia and be able to bring the Gospel to the world!