Hedieh Mirahmadi

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Hedieh Mirahmadi was a devout Muslim for two decades working in the field of national security before she experienced the redemptive power of Jesus Christ and has a new passion for sharing the Gospel.  She dedicates herself full-time to Resurrect Ministry, an online resource that harnesses the power of the Internet to make salvation through Christ available to people of all nations, and her daily podcastLivingFearlessDevotional.com.


  • Be very wary of the US thought police

    It was astonishing when I first read about the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Disinformation Governance Board. In my 20 years of government service fighting terrorism, the most complicated element of our work was protecting the sanctity of free speech while preventing radicalization.

  • Disney and its not so family-friendly agenda

    Disney's transformation has been going on for a long time. For years, Christian parents have been navigating the corrupt and collapsed culture of a one-time family-friendly brand.

  • Will you join the parental rights movement?

    I spent 20+ years as a federal contractor and can say from experience that federal grantors make it quite clear how they want a program to end before it even begins. In the grant application, the grantee must outline how the project will align with the government's mission and goals, which always reflects the current administration's policy.

  • The pain of spiritual growth

    There is this great quote from Smith Wigglesworth that he said nearly 100 years ago, and it is still true today: “The reason the world is not seeing Jesus is that Christian people are not filled with Jesus.”

  • What it truly means to be God's disciple

    Watching the TV images of thousands of displaced Ukrainians running for safety is another heartwrenching sign of the chaos in our world today. For myself, I know God is walking me through a season of learning what it truly means to be His disciple. 

  • Calif. school board fights: An unexpected lesson on grace

    We live in challenging times, and conflict is all around us. If we are not fighting over politics, it is over our children, the economy, or even the potential of a world war. Yet, for believers, we have a higher calling.

  • My response as a former Muslim to Barry 'Phanatik' Goodwin leaving Christianity

    Therefore, I wonder how many nights Phanatik spent on his knees crying to God, seeking His face, and praying for the answers to his unbelief. We know he sought out scholars, both liberal and conservative but did he turn to God, the author, and finisher of our faith?

  • Suicide is now a public health epidemic, not a personal problem

    Suicide is now a public health epidemic, not a personal problem. We cannot treat it like something that just happens and cannot be prevented.

  • Religious freedom in crisis under Biden admin.

    This administration believes in the interdependence of human rights, where religious freedom is one of many democratic rights balanced with competing interests. However, Trump's Administration placed religious liberty as the first right from which all others flow.

  • This Christmas, how to share the reason for the season

    The Bible passes all three tests by dramatic proportions. Even the skeptic should take pause and consider that the Bible is the living Word of God.