Our vision is to create a network of Pakistanis united in Christ, focused on better quality of life, fellowship and religious freedom for Christians in Pakistan and the UK.
The Leo twins, Rev Arif Bhatti and Asher Dewan, led worship and shared a revival message.
Close to 200 Pakistani Christians gathered at Church in Newport Wales to celebrate freedom for Asia Bibi a mother of five who has spent the best part of the last ten years behind bars after falsely being accused of blasphemy.
The event was organised by Pastor Mehboob Elahi who leads Praise and Power Ministries, who meet regularly every Sunday at Gaer Christian Centre, Newport, South Wales.
At the event were Pakistan's leading Gospel performers including the Leo Twins, Asher Dewan and rev Arif Bhatti who led a wonderful revival event, sharing the Gospel through music and testimony as revellers drew closer to God.
Pastor Mehboob Ellahi, said:
"The Christian community of Pakistan has suffered intense persecution which has grown in ferocity and scale over the last few decades.
"However, news of Asia Bibi's exoneration at the end of last year and her final escape from Pakistan in the last two weeks has given our community in the homeland and our many global diaspora a real boost.
"It felt appropriate to celebrate her freedom here in the UK and during a planned revival event when I knew the spirit of God would be right in the midst of our people, I felt the time was right to revel in our God's grace and glory!
Pastor Mehboob presided over the revival event and prayed for safety for Asia Bibi.
"Christians have become the most persecuted people across the globe, and our Bible forewarned us of this.
"However, our faith is in God and his assurance of heaven, the bible tells us: ' For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.'