Rifqa Bary, a native of the Indian sub-continent, moved to the USA as a teenager. Her passions are prayer, studying the Bible, and serving the poor.
Rifqa Bary s story is a powerful testimony to standing for the truth in the face of many difficulties and tall odds. In the words of this young woman who has already been through so much, we are painted a picture of stark cultural contrast that of slavery and liberty, duty and love, and bondage and freedom. As much as anything, this is a story about the first freedom upon which America was built the freedom to believe and live one s life according to those beliefs. Rifqa s inspiring story reminds us why we must continue to stand for faith and freedom! Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council Rifqa Bary s story unveils God as the Father to the fatherless whose pursuit of His children is fiercely beautiful. Once I started reading, I couldn t put it down. She invites readers to walk beside her on her fascinating road and to see the God she saw when she said her very brave yes to Jesus. Sara Hagerty, author of Every Bitter Thing Is Sweet An extraordinary glimpse into the faith of a Christ-follower and the sovereignty of God. Rifqa s story informs, inspires, and empowers. Max Lucado, pastor and author This is truly an inspirational story of a young Muslim girl s journey into the arms of Jesus and the discovery that Jesus is everything that she had been looking for. Her heartbreaking journey is hard to fathom, and yet her suffering was the one thing that led her to Jesus. This story will give you not only insight into what it means for a Muslim to convert to Christianity and the heavy price associated with that, but also the importance of Christians breaking through the stereotypes and reaching out to Muslims in love. Naghmeh Abedini, wife of imprisoned pastor Saeed Abedini Not only does Rifqa Bary s story bring to light key tenets of Islam we so need to understand, it will show you the courage true faith provides. This is a book you will finish in a hurry, as you ll want to know what happens next! Thank you, dear Rifqa, for counting all as loss for the sake of our Savior. Kay Arthur, cofounder of Precept Ministries International and author of When the Hurt Runs Deep Enrapturing heart and spirit, Rifqa masterfully shares insights into immigrant Muslim life, tearing the veil of mystery with the power of the gospel. Although chronicling her own account, her words echo the cries of young Muslim women worldwide, and manifest on each page is the signature of our sovereign God. Rifqa s story is authored by Jesus come read what He s written. Dr. Nabeel Qureshi, best-selling author of Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus and speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries I hope you can feel the gentleness of Rifqa s heart as I did when I read her story I love it! In my own experience as a child, I had hidden in a cocoon of despair and lived with the brutality of loneliness I understand how she felt. When you give your heart to Jesus Christ, you have to be brave. I was so touched by the sadness and the joy of someone who never denied Jesus. Nicky Cruz, evangelist and author of Run, Baby, Run Rifqa is my hero, and this book details her amazing story never before told in its entirety. Even though it was all over the national news, if you thought you knew what really happened think again. I stayed up all night reading this book. Hiding in the Light is a testament to what happens when one ordinary person is touched by the one extraordinary Savior of the World. John Stemberger, president and general counsel, Florida Family Policy Council"