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.
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.
Most Muslims have never once heard God’s good news. Let’s tell Jesus how grateful we are that we get to share His love with Muslim friends.
God’s love for Muslim people is undeniable. Will you join us as we ask God to help us love them like He does?
“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.
It’s that time of year again. We’ve made our resolutions. Maybe we’re scurrying to the gym or feverishly cleaning out our closets. Perhaps we’re embarking on an exciting Bible reading plan. The start of a new year sparks a change in us all, spurring us on to new habits, a clean slate, a fresh start. But what if this year marked much more? What if this new year actually brought new life? When it comes to Muslim women, there can be no greater thought!
Magda’s story will challenge your faith and deepen your desire to intercede for women like her, whose commitment to faith in Christ costs her daily.
Recently my family and I rode the metro train from the center of town to our neighborhood, about 45 minutes away. As usual, both our boys fell asleep. My husband was standing, holding our 4-year-old, and I was sitting trying to keep our younger son as comfortable as possible. Normally not a problem, but at the time I was 8 1/2 months pregnant, trying to hold a very large 2-year-old in a catatonic state.
A Say Hello leader wrote the following article, and she asks that we pray specifically for Ikraam. Even now she is experiencing a spiritual crisis that we know is Christ himself, beckoning her to full life in Him.