Meet a 29-year-old pastor who is putting his life on the line to preach the gospel in Pakistan.

Preacher Alberto Mvila is a pastor from Europe. He took his mission to Pakistan’s Lahore, where he is credited with converting almost 16,000 people to Christianity.

Alberto Mvila, a 29-year-old preacher, has done the unthinkable by risking his life to teach about Jesus Christ in Pakistan, a Muslim-majority country.

It is forbidden to speak out against Islam or to publish an attack on Islam or its prophets. Anyone who defiles the name of Muhammad in Pakistan faces the death penalty or life in jail, according to the country’s penal law.

Mvila would vehemently disagree.

“Let people call you crazy as long as you have SOULS as your top priority and do what God tells you to do while you have God’s favor.” I assure you, God will favor you in the eyes of men and unlock doors you didn’t even know existed!


Several hundred Christians, as well as Muslims, have been prosecuted under Pakistan’s blasphemy laws, with at least a dozen receiving death sentences. Any “blasphemy” of the Quran is punishable under Pakistani law.

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Religious discrimination in Pakistan is a big problem for the country’s human rights condition today. Other religious minorities, such as Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Shias, and Ahmadis, endure persecution and violence on a regular basis.


Preacher Alberto Mvila is a pastor from Europe. He took his mission to Pakistan’s Lahore, where he is credited with converting almost 16,000 people to Christianity.

Alberto Mvila, a 29-year-old preacher, has done the unthinkable by risking his life to teach about Jesus Christ in Pakistan, a Muslim-majority country.

It is forbidden to speak out against Islam or to publish an attack on Islam or its prophets. Anyone who defiles the name of Muhammad in Pakistan faces the death penalty or life in jail, according to the country’s penal law.

Mvila would vehemently disagree.

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“Let people call you crazy as long as you have SOULS as your top priority and do what God tells you to do while you have God’s favor.” I assure you, God will favor you in the eyes of men and unlock doors you didn’t even know existed!


Several hundred Christians, as well as Muslims, have been prosecuted under Pakistan’s blasphemy laws, with at least a dozen receiving death sentences. Any “blasphemy” of the Quran is punishable under Pakistani law.

Religious discrimination in Pakistan is a big problem for the country’s human rights condition today. Other religious minorities, such as Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Shias, and Ahmadis, endure persecution and violence on a regular basis.


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