God is absolutely able to do more than we could ever ask or imagine! Join us today as we surrender all our plans to him and ask the Holy Spirit to empower all we do for His name’s sake.
Our big dream responds to the gargantuan gap that exists between Muslim women and the truth about Jesus. Say Hello is creating an online community platform that will more effectively resource Christian women for relating Christ to Muslim women. It is web-based, but our ultimate goal will be to provide an app that will be a hub for networking Christian women whose shared experiences will increase capacity for fruitful outreach.
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We’ve always had big dreams at Say Hello. From the day we launched we knew God wanted us to resource Christian women with tools that would invite, equip and encourage them for sharing their faith with Muslim friends everywhere.
God calls us all to share His Truth with lost people. Let’s ask the Lord to lead us as a body in our relationships with Muslims, so that they, too, might worship Him forever.
Our team has been busy traveling to a neighboring area each month to establish a care group. Our Say Hello care groups are points of contact whereby Christian women who are outreaching to Muslim women----or would like to do so----regularly come together for spiritually focused and directed times of learning, sharing, planning, and interceding for said friendships. The results have been incredible! As women have come together, they have gained knowledge that goes well beyond any textbook. But don’t just take our word for it. Hear from some women who have recently experienced the life-changing power of learning and growing in community.
Yesterday’s blog featured the benefits of having at least one friend come alongside us as we step into the privilege of sharing Jesus with Muslim women. We prioritized the role of prayer in that relationship and shared a brief story that showed how God so beautifully responds when we pray together.
One of my earliest memories takes me back to my pre-school years in Sunday School. We sang “The More We Pull Together” A LOT. The ditty’s motions kept our little hands and feet busy, while the words poured vital truth into our spongy minds. “The more we pull together ... the happier we’ll be.”