Rev. Fred Farrokh is an Iranian-American of Muslim family background. Born in the United States, Fred met Jesus Christ as Savior in 1983 while reading through the Bible. Fred Farrokh is ordained as a Home Missionary with Elim Fellowship. He is an Ambassador-at-Large with Jesus For Muslims Network, after serving as Executive Directors from 2006-2013. This ministry encourages Muslim-background Christians and promotes evangelism among Muslims in the Greater New York City area.
Rev. Farrokh has served as Special Projects Officer for SAT-7 in Nicosia, Cyprus from 1998-2000, and has over a decade of local church and parachurch ministry in the US. He has an M.A. in Public Policy Analysis, and is currently finishing his PhD in Inter-Cultural Studies through Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. In August 2005, he published “Jailbreak! A Christian’s Guide to Praying for the Muslim World.” He has ministered in Egypt, Lebanon, Israel, Cyprus, Bangladesh, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Malaysia, Morocco and the Philippines. Rev. Farrokh has appeared on “The 700 Club.” He currently resides with his wife and five children in New York.