What Motivates Us to Share Our Lives with Muslim Women?

Posted on September 9, 2019 by Say Hello

Some decisions require considerable thought, while others are pretty much instinctive. The theme of this week’s postings is “How Could We Not?” 

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Help Us, Jesus, To See Muslims Through Your Eyes: A Prayer Emphasis

Posted on September 6, 2019 by Say Hello

God’s love for Muslim people is undeniable. Will you join us as we ask God to help us love them like He does?

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Entering Her World

Posted on September 5, 2019 by Say Hello

You are cruising the aisle at Walmart, maybe in the greeting card section, and you look up from what you are reading to see a veiled woman coming your way. Her veil tells you she is Muslim. 

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Meet the Say Hello Team: A Video Introduction

Posted on September 4, 2019 by Say Hello

We at Say Hello really love what we get to do. Here’s a brief look into who we are and what makes us so happy! 

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Making an Impact: A Resource for You

Posted on September 3, 2019 by Say Hello
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We Get to Do This: Embarking on a Remarkable Journey

Posted on September 2, 2019 by Say Hello

Hi there!! Welcome to this year’s 20/20 campaign! We are Say Hello: Serving Muslim Women, an important component of what Global Initiative does around the world. 

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Sharing Your Faith with Your Muslim Neighbor: Ramadan Suggestions

Posted on May 5, 2019 by Say Hello

Today marks the beginning of the holiest month of the Islamic calendar. For the next thirty days, Muslims worldwide will fast from sunup to sundown.  At Say Hello: Serving Muslim Women, we recommend this article from Influence  as a springboard for Gospel-centered conversations with your Muslim friends and neighbors. You will learn vital tips for sharing your faith with a Muslim, whether during Ramadan or any time of the year.

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Easter's Lamb

Posted on April 19, 2019 by Myra Crane

Easter is a time for reflecting. Gratefully we remember Christ’s cross, His very temporary grave, and the truth of His glorious resurrection. 

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Guarded Steps

Posted on April 12, 2019 by Myra Crane

I’m in a South Asian neighborhood in the Bronx, New York, looking out the window of a great city church into the face of a very large mosque, which sits just across the street. At this time of day, it’s mostly elderly-looking men in loosely fitting ethnic attire who enter its gates. A few veiled Muslim women, one or two with kids in strollers, have walked past but not gone in. 

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My Prayer on International Women's Day

Posted on March 8, 2019 by Ruth Walker

“I can’t pray today”—these words still ring in my ears. Our families were walking together in the park as the evening Islamic prayer call sounded. Prakash looked longingly at the nearby mosque when suddenly a large bird appeared and relieved itself on his hand. In a moment of horror, Prakash held up his hand and cried out, “Now, I can’t pray. I can’t pray today! I am not clean. I am not clean enough to pray.” As a devout Muslim, the bird feces had rendered his prayers ineffective. Our excursion in the park was cut short that day; Prakash needed to find a way to make himself clean again. 

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