Naeem Nasir – Doctor of Theology, Cathedral Bible School US

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Born in a small village in Pakistan in 1985, Naeem Nasir is a powerful servant of Christ. After completing his High School he moved to Lahore and did his graduation in Economics from Punjab University. In order to support his family Nasir started working at a church in Lahore.

After 2 and a half years of employment he contracted a skin disease on his feet which needed acute care. Nasir prayed to the Lord relentlessly to heal him and committed himself to serve him for the rest of his life. God answered his prayer and soon he healed from the condition.

In 2007 Naeem Nasir was baptized and filled with the Holy Spirit. God soon gave him a vision of the Good Samaritan Ministries. He started working his way towards his vision and distributed Bibles, Jesus film DVD and other Christian Literature. Nasir was pursuing his Masters degree in Economics when God opened the door for him the travel to the United States to pursue Bible College Education.

Nasir has earned a Doctorate of Theology in Ministry and a Master of Theology in Ministry Doctorate of Divinity (Honorary).
While at Bible College he has continued to work on his degree and has served as an educator teaching various classes at the college. He has continued to share the Gospel not only in Pakistan but many other nations including Switzerland, The United Kingdom, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Sri Lanka etc.

Naeem is the founder and director of Good Samaritan Ministries. His ministries vision is to see the nations saved through JESUS one soul at a time. He has made several trips to Pakistan and held the biggest evangelistic crusades with around 8000 people in attendance. He has ministered in over 15 states in the USA and has been interviewed on several TV stations.

After attaining a doctorate, Nasir now aims to start a Bible College in Pakistan to train other young men and women with the Word of God. His future plans also include traveling to Europe, Brazil, Indonesia, Australia, and New Zealand to preach in Conferences