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Strong Women

Jan 12, 2022

Sayeh was a little girl when the Iranian Revolution in the 1970s took place. With her father being a high-ranking official in the Iranian government, Sayeh's mother recognized that their family was in danger of being harmed and they fled to America. Sayeh shares the many miracles that led to them being able to flee Iran and how she came to know Jesus. Sayeh is currently in the Colson Fellows program and she shares with us about the tremendous impact it is having on her life. 


Sayeh Sparr Show Notes: 

Colson Fellows: 

Iranian Christian International: 

Surf the Nations: 

Downtown Discourse in Colorado Springs, Colorado: 

Carpe Diem Redeemed by Os Guiness: 

Books by C.S. Lewis: 


How Now Shall We Live by Chuck Colson and Nancy Pearcey: 

Books by Flannery O’Connor:'connor 

Why You Think the Way You Do by Glenn Sunshine: 

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis: 

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This episode was recording at the Anselm Society Conference. Learn more about Anselm here: