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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!
“I felt as if all hope had left me. After a few months, I started praying again and I said to God: I need you in my life. Please show me who you really are.”
ASK2019 is a dedicated time of prayer for the Middle East. Believers around the world will be praying from the 4th – 5th of October 2019, with the hope of seeing people come to Christ in a way that we haven’t seen before.
Millions of people have fled their homes because of war or economic hardship. The greatest need of refugees and migrants, however, is to know Jesus Christ and the hope that He offers.
After beginning a violent campaign to establish an Islamic caliphate in northern Nigeria 10 years ago, Boko Haram has killed an estimated 35,000 civilians. Boko Haram is aligned with the Islamic State.
Elected Iran’s supreme leader in June 1989 by the Assembly of Experts, Ayatollah Khamenei serves as the head of state and commander-in-chief of Iran’s armed forces, using armed force to impose his will and oppress and halt all protests.
The people of Safi already face discrimination from other Moroccans; seekers deviating any further from the norm would make life even harder.
Janet decided to follow Jesus at age eight and from then on, she had two passions in life: to know Jesus more and to make Him known. An encounter with a group of servicemen from the Arabian Peninsula (AP) opened up a new world for her. At that time, she’d never heard the words ‘Islam’ or ‘Muslim’.
We are witnessing a spiritual breakthrough in Saudi Arabia! Here are two testimonies of spiritual breakthroughs in Saudi Arabia after the Hajj 2019.
Shaik was born into an orthodox Muslim family in India. His father told him that he could convert to any religion he wanted – except Christianity!
Submission to authority and to Allah is of greatest importance for Muslims. Unfortunately, this concept has led to wide-spread oppression and a culture of control.
Islamic teaching declares homosexuality an abomination. Yet for over a thousand years we see generational cycles of abuse, sexualising young boys, predatory behaviour, and many secrets hiding in the darkness.
“Aigul” did not read the Quran or go to the mosque. She did not believe the mullahs because they did not practice what they taught. But she still considered herself a Muslim.