M5 – Pray for the Muslim World
M5 is a prayer initiative inviting Christians to spend at least 5 minutes in prayer twice a week to pray for Muslims to become Jesus-followers; to understand Jesus’ love for them and that He paid the price for their sins so that they can have full assurance of God’s forgiveness and have complete assurance of going to heaven. Subscribe now and stay informed of prayer needs in the Muslim world. You can also join our weekly ISA Prayer Watch via WApp, which focusses on prayer issues regarding Muslims in South Africa.
Watch More than Dreams, which are five true stories of Muslims whose lives were transformed when they saw Jesus Christ in a dream or a vision. May this encourage you to continue in fervent prayer for the Muslim world!
Tunis has recently been designated a global smart city. Similar to other smart cities, it has spearheaded initiatives to elevate communication and information technologies to improve quality of life, create intelligent urban environments, and fuel sustainable economic development.
Khartoum has grown into a regional economic centre with eye-catching buildings. Since the 1970s, the city has welcomed hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing conflicts in neighbouring countries. A significant portion of the city’s population lives in urban poverty.
God loves Muslims. He loves them so much that He came to the earth as a baby, lived a perfect life, gave His own life as the perfect sacrifice for their sins, and then raised Himself from the grave. And He wants all Muslims “to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.”
What happens in the Middle East impacts the entire Muslim world. Islam in the Middle East has experienced massive upheaval and reshaping over the past 40 years. Radicalized Muslims have disrupted the lives of millions.
Love Muslims by praying for them! Ramadan is an annual Muslim observance period of 30 days. Hundreds of thousands of Christians worldwide are engaging in prayer for Muslims during Ramadan.
Jakarta is a significant city – a hub of economics, Islam, and culture. Of the 11 million who call Jakarta home, many are suffering the increasing intolerance of radical Islam in addition to widening poverty gaps, inequality, and frequent natural disasters.