Şırnak

Şırnak was once part of Siirt but because of a desire to strengthen the border regions with Iraq and Syria, it was made its own province. Terrorism once scarred its people and things again are volatile. Come, bring joy to Şırnak.

Unexpected interest

Photo from Şırnak
Şırnak

A team of local brothers travelled to Şırnak province both to seek the seekers as well as to visit those who have expressed interest via the Bible Correspondence Course. The brothers were able to visit BCC students in four separate towns in Şırnak province. All were in different stages of their journeys. Sedat was still reading the Qur'an and could not get past the deity of Christ. Ali, on the other hand, informed them that he was the only person at his workplace who did not fast during Ramadan. He also had spent time in prison for intellectual crimes. Others had similar stories but it was encouraging to have so many visits in one of the more isolated provinces. The Word of God is not bound! Our brothers were also able to share and give literature to casual contacts they made while travelling as well.