Ghadi became a follower of Christ and married a woman who also claimed to be a recent convert to Christianity. But several years into their marriage, she returned to her Islamic faith and her family, known to be radical Muslims. She then divorced Ghadi on the grounds that he was an apostate — a person who has illegally left the Muslim faith into which he was born. She took custody of their children and accused him of hurting them to limit his contact with them. Ghadi fled the country, broken-hearted because of her accusations. He recently had the opportunity to visit his children, who are now following Islam. Ghadi worries that they are on the path to becoming radical Muslims, and he asks for prayers for them, especially his teenage son.