Mojdeh offers online courses in Farsi accessible to believers all over the world in order to increase their theological understanding. Courses will range from basic to advanced and will be of no cost to the students. Students will learn and grow in their faith through twenty-six different courses. Those who display academic excellence and leadership abilities will be recruited to take seminary courses.  From this training program, we hope to see many leaders and lay people raised up with a love and passion for the word of God.



As a result of persecution, a lack of networking or poor discipleship, many Persian churches struggle with a lack of resources particularly in the areas of worship leading.  Mojdeh seeks to fill these gaps by providing a worship database  for various church planting situations. These are offered at no cost to all who are interested.  



Mojdeh has a great relationship with Mohabat Television, a Christian satellite station that is streamed into Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. Mojdeh hopes to show its lessons on this medium. Since Mohabat is displayed with ease in closed-countries, our lessons will reach thousands of people throughout these countries.

We anticipate streaming Mojdeh messages, teachings, and sermons on radio stations that can be accessed online and available to believers all over the Middle East and to the Persian diaspora living around the world.  



At the moment, there is a significant lack of Christian literature for the Farsi-speaking Christian. One of the biggest tasks that Mojdeh will undertake is the translation of this literature into Farsi. These translations will make up the content of most of our teaching. Mojdeh has recruited a talented and experienced five-person translation team to engage in this task. The team will translate close to one hundred books over the next two years. Currently, the Iranian church is in need of Christian literature and theologically solid Bible study material.

Our ultimate objective is to train leaders to produce indigenous theological materials, so that the rest of the Persian world can process theology with their own cultural background in view.