Global Christian voice GCV is a non-governmental, non-political organization which has taken upon itself the mission to promote vigorous study of trends in different faith traditions, their approaches to social, economic and political questions as well as their relationships with one another.

It would initiate interfaith dialogue among interfaith dialogue among different faiths and religions with a view to promoting harmony, understanding and peace among them.

It would make efforts to enhance greater understanding between Muslim& non –Muslim worlds through sustained dialogue and research.

GCV would initiate and sustain research into areas such as nature of belief, the social functions of religion, the abuse of religions systems for political and other purposes and for political and other purposes and areas of tension between different religions in parts of the world.

It would also offer comparative research material on issue such as the relationships of religion and the state, religion and law, the role of religion in conflict and the rights and responsibilities of different religious communities.

GCV would provide tools for the development of the programme of enlightened moderation.

From last so many yours years, GLOBAL CHRISTIAN VOICE has worked on the globe to , strengthening Christians to stand strong in the face of persecution and equipping them to shine Christ’s light in these places. When Christians are strengthened in the Lord, they demonstrate God’s forgiveness and reach out in love, even to their oppressors.

One of the greatest challenges to Christians of the world and especially Pakistani Christians as they are living under oppression and million of Christian people are harassed, oppressed and killed for their faith in Jesus Christ. So The Bible says: 1 Corinthians 12:26 “If one member suffers, all suffer together; if one member is honored, all rejoice together”.

So for this reason Global Christian Voice is committed to helping oppressed and deserving communities around the world, who are prevented from exercising their faith and peaceful life.