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Mansour is the second Director for SAT-7 PARS and succeeds Ms Sara Afshari, who joined SAT-7 PARS (then called Iranian Christian Broadcasting, ICB) in 2002.
At that time, PARS was only broadcasting for 2 hours per week, but is now a full 24/7 satellite channel with a substantial Internet presence and its own studios in Cyprus and the UK.
This three-year programme equipped him for teaching and preaching as a youth leader of the church. Nahid used to work for the Bible Society in Iran, where her father, the Revd Sadegh Sepehri, served as its last Executive Director before it was closed by the government.
In 1996, following a period of imprisonment and ongoing harassment, the Khajehpours discerned it was time to leave their home in Iran and relocate.
In 2008 Mansour graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary where he received his Master of Divinity.
The Khajehpours have two children: Rebeka (18), a student at the University of Washington in Seattle, and Matthew (13), who finishes middle school this autumn.
Middle East, both abroad and in the US, Our goal and vision is to bring together in unity the Persian communities in the US and build strong strategic relationships in America and abroad as we move into the 21st Century with mutual respect to establish trust and honor each other’s differences.
Ms Sara Afshari is stepping down from her Director role to concentrate on her doctoral studies at the University of Edinburgh.
Mansour (47) comes to SAT-7 with a background in both business and ministry.
A UK studio which produces and broadcasts programmes for Christians across the Persian-speaking world has gone live after an eight month period of rebuilding and refitting.
The SAT-7 PARS studio in London is one of two Farsi (Persian) language studios run by SAT-7, a Christian satellite broadcaster sharing the Good News with over 15 million viewers across the Middle East and North Africa.