Pakistan is the 2nd largest Islamic nation in the world with more than 180 million souls. 97% of the population is Muslim. Christians make up 1.7 % of the population and suffer more than any other ethnic or religious group. They have to face religious discrimination, religious intolerance, oppression, social subjugation and economic deprivation. Key jobs are restricted for Christians in Pakistan. Therefore Christians are less privileged and backward. The growing body of believers continually struggles under government persecution, because it is officially illegal for Muslims to convert to Christianity. Pakistan is in the very heart of the 10/40 window, the geographic area where 95 % of the unreached people of the world live. Between Afghanistan, Iran, China and India, Pakistan is a strategic nation. After the 9/11, Pakistan has become the focus of the world. Pakistan is a country with different cultures, languages, people groups, economical backgrounds etc. Pakistan has a desperate need for assistance in evangelism, Church planting, literature outreach, leadership training and strengthening the local Church. 90 % of the newly planted churches and new believers need a place to worship and fellowship. A shortage of Bibles, Gospel literature, faith-based books, Indigenous missionaries and training material makes it difficult for Christians in Pakistan to grow in their faith and sustain relationship with Christ. More than a half of Pakistan's population has never heard about Jesus!