Emmanual Zafar





Information on Emmanual Zafar coming soon.

Aftab Alexander Mughal

Watch this space for a writeup on his contributions and achievements of Aftab Alexander Mughal. Akthar Injeeli

Samson Javed

Samson Javed, a famous Christian Urdu journalist was born in Quetta, and studied Journalism in Islamabad. He did B.Ed at Al-Hamad Islamic University Quetta and completed post graduate education from AA Hamilton College, London. He taught Chemistry and Biology at St. Michael's High School Quetta from 1996 - March 2011.

He started the journey of Journalism by publishing the magazine "Safeer" Sialkot, graduating to Assistant editor of different newspaper including "Aftab" Quetta, and then Editor of newspaper "Suraj" Quetta. He has written columns for Daily Jang, Daily Mashriq, Daily Aftab Quetta. Not content with just the print media, he has also written drama scripts for TV, Radio and Stage, including 32 dramas of 25 minutes and one drama of 45 minutes for PTV Quetta. 

He has been the recipient of awards for: Best Writer, Best Journalist and Best Drama Writer from different organizations in Pakistan & London. Presently, he is a permanent weekly columnist for Daily Jang, London. He is one of the founders and the current president of Pakistan Christian Press Club (PCPC) -UK

He has always encouraged newcomers to write articles, gave coverage to politicians and raised Christian issues in Daily “Kundan” Quetta newspaper. I would say that he is our main voice in raising concerns and highlighting the minorities’ problems within the main Urdu media. His style of writing is exemplary in identifying and dissecting a problem, and then persuading the reader to look at it, from an unfamiliar perspective. And week after week he manages to do this seemingly impossible task, without offending anyone. 

(Contribution by Morris Johns) 


Victor Daniel

Mr Victor Daniel's contributions to the development of purposeful journalism in Urdu and an excellent literary heritage for the Christian community cannot be over stated. (Watch this space for a complete write up on who has literally touched the hands of St Teresa of Calcutta and has over many years of dedicated literary ministry have transformed the landscape of Urdu literature for generations to come) Akhtar Injeeli.




Rev Falak Sher

Reverend  Falak Sher was born in a Pakistani Christian family of chak no. 201 Chandian Talawan, Faisalabad, in 1965. He started his early education in his village, continued  his educational and spiritual quest  at FGA Bible College Lahore and then proceeded to KDM International Centre Seoul Korea (2007) for further studies in theology. Indeed it was in the same year when Falak Sher joined the Sunday School Teacher Training in 1987, and  since then he was blessed to have a spiritual and ministerial mentor in the form of Dr  Hezkiel Serosh who  guided  and taught  him since then.

 Rev Falak Sher is a religious, social, political and human rights activist who spends a lot of his time enacting the gospel in addition  to his preaching activities. Gospel Fellowship Ministry, a registered organization, is the fruit of his vision, activities and services. As  a human rights activist he has helped widows, orphans and various other groups of deprived people.

 Articles by him and about his work have appeared in a monthly magazine, 'Revival International'  published from Lahore. His work and activism has been acknowledged by  various nationally circulated newspapers ( i.e. Nawa-e-waqt, Pakistan, Aman, Shelter, Millet, Jang and others). He has authored the following four books:

1. Eeaman main dua (ایمانمیںدعا )

2. Na'ey ehad ka khadim ( نئےعہدکاخادم )

3. Stooda auratt (ستودہعورت )

4. Madad karna aur qaim rehna (مددکرنااورقائمرہنا )

His work has been acknowledged and won him the following awards.

1. Shield Award on 'Stooda Aurat' from Pastor Griffin Gill (16 June 2012)

2. Award by Rasta Network FSD (12 August 2012)

3. Award by Monthly Revival International on its 12th anniversary (28 November 2014)