Do not be afraid – rejection

You cannot be my disciple, unless you love me more than you love your father and mother, your wife and children, and your brothers and sisters. You cannot come with me unless you love me more than you love your own life. (Luke 14:25-27 CEV)

These words are tough. Not many of us have to live them the way believers from a Muslim background do.

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Accepted by God

An interview with responder Mounir*

Hello, Mounir. How are you doing?

I’m doing well. Thank you so much.

Tell us a bit about yourself.

My name is Mounir. I’m originally from Syria. I’m ex-Muslim. All my family are Muslim. I moved to Lebanon to work and then I came to know Jesus Christ. I got married in 2002. My wife is from East Africa and we have five kids. I have just finished a degree in theology and am preparing myself for a Masters.

So you’re an ex-Muslim. Tell me how you came to faith in Christ.

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Breakthrough March 2018

Breakthrough is a monthly call to pray for the Arab world. In each edition we focus on a different country of the region, praying for breakthrough over a particular stronghold.

Welcome to Breakthrough. We last prayed for Morocco two years ago, when we looked at the stronghold of folk Islam. We’ve chosen the same stronghold this time because it continues to hold people in its grip.

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Highlights of 2017

If any of you wants to be my follower, you must give up your
own way, take up your cross, and follow me.
(Matthew 16:24 NLT)

Follow me

Our theme for 2017 was based on Jesus’ invitation to follow him – an invitation that is given numerous times throughout the gospels. It is a caution as well as a promise. Jesus wants us to follow him with our eyes open; the road may not be easy (see above verse), but it will bring us heavenly treasures (Matthew 19:21) and will result in fruitfulness (Matthew 4:19).

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Through the door

This is our latest video, which shows Rabia with his sister and her friend. They have been investigating Christianity and the teachings of Jesus the Messiah. All three determine to continue their faith journey together, despite the possible personal costs.

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