Free The Captive is Built on The Gospel

Free The Captive is dedicated to sharing the hope of the Gospel with everyone in order to free them from their chains. We bring the good news of Christ to all who are willing to listen, so that they may lavish in the love of The Lord. Our Ministry focuses on breaking the bond that false teachings bring onto Muslims. Through our work, we educate the public on the violent oppression that women and girls are subjected to under Sharia.

Free The Captive is built on the love and truth of the Gospel. We aim to help the children of Ismael receive forgiveness and healing through the blood of Christ so that they may come back home and join God’s family once again.

We are fully funded through generous donations. We have 0% administrative costs. All financial support serves to build the ministry and to cover the basic expenses of sharing the message.

About Our Founder - Farrah Prudence

Farrah Prudence was born to a Muslim father and a Rum Orthodox mother in the USA. At the age of 5, her mother converted to Islam and at 6 years old Farrah’s father moved their family to the Middle East where she would spend the darkest 10 years of her life. Farrah endured the inhumane teachings of Islam; she was a victim of honor violence, rape, as well as emotional and spiritual abuse. At the age of 27, Farrah accepted Christ and the mission He had planned for her. She has dedicated her life to sharing the love and peace of Christ, rescuing victims & saving her home, America, from becoming a Sharia-compliant country. Farrah Prudence started Free The Captive in the Spring of 2018 in order to fulfill her calling, and share with the world the wonders The Lord has done in her life.

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I waited patiently for the Lord; he turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand. He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and fear the Lord and put their trust in him.
Psalm 40:1-3