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Fri, May 20


The Father's House Fellowship


Miriam Ibraheem has experienced extreme suffering throughout her life, from her childhood as a refugee in Sudan to the persecution she experienced as an adult because of her Christian faith. Miriam tells a story of suffering, faith, and tremendous courage.

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Time & Location

May 20, 2022, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

The Father's House Fellowship, 167 Banner Farm Rd, Mills River, NC 28759, USA

About the event

Mariam Ibraheem grew up as a Christian in the Islamic culture of Sudan. Miriam endured unfathomable cruelty because she is a woman and a Christian. Miriam experienced forced female circumcision twice, was imprisoned with her two-year-old, and made to give birth while in chains. She was sentenced to 100 lashes with a whip and death by hanging. What was her crime? She married a Christian man when her father was a Muslim. According to the Sudanese Islamic government, Mariam had no right to have an identity outside of her father. She was a Muslim in their sight, no matter what she might say. God rescued Miriam through Western agencies but not, as we might have imagined in the past, by the US government. Miriam's story reflects a strong contrast between the Christian West and the Muslim world. But it also highlights the betrayal of the Obama administration. But through it all, Miriam's story is about the faithfulness of God and the courage of this strong woman. You will be inspired by Miriam's faith and tenacity in the face of immense hardship. If you need deliverance and healing from trauma and fear, there will be ministry time for you at the end of the event.


  • 40 minutes


  • 1 hour

    Miriam Ibraheem's Testimony

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