Mobilising, training and equipping Christians for prayer
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!
Nigeria is divided religiously along the tenth parallel with Muslims as the majority in the North and Christians in the South as the majority. Much blood has been spilt repeatedly in recent years.read more
For refugees or in cases of forced migration, it takes on average 17 years before a family will be established and can provide for themselves. This is the sad reality.read more
Just imagine for one moment being totally lost, not knowing it, and nobody telling you. There are people that know, but they are not telling.read more
It is estimated that there are 2 135 unreached people groups that are Muslims. That is 44,8% of all unreached people groups.read more
Over the last 20 years, a new and very effective way of evangelism and church planting started to develop in Muslim communities.read more
November 10 is the International Day of Prayer for Yemen when Christians around the world will be uniting to pray for Yemen.read more
Although Asia Bibi was acquitted of all blasphemy charges by the Pakistan supreme court last week, she is still behind bars.read more
Imagine how it must feel to be the only follower of Jesus in your family and community and to realize the eternal destiny of those you love.read more
In the Muslim world they sometimes issue very harsh sentences to prisoners. In countries like Saudi Arabia, it is not uncommon to receive the death sentence for not so severe offences.read more
The responsibility is on the shoulders of the new believers in the country of origin to help spread the gospel and assist new believers and help with disciple-making the people of their own culture, ethnic group and language.read more
A delegation from the US Commission on International Religious Freedom recently met for the first time ever with Saudi Arabia’s Religious Police. In a country known for its persecution of Christians, this was a huge step.read more
The Archbishop of Basra suggests that all it would take is one more wave of persecution to wipe out Christianity from the country entirely.read more