Perhaps you’ve only just started to think about overseas ministry in the Muslim world. Or maybe it’s been on your mind for some time, but you’re not sure how to move forward with it. Here are some ideas and resources to help you be intentional as you continue to explore what God might be leading you into.
Sign up to our e-zines
We have three regular email magazines that you can sign up for on our home page. Keep up to date with news, prayer points and inspiration for your journey.
Read some books
Here are two titles that we recommend:
Across the Street and Around the World, by Jeannie Marie ·
You’ve Got Libya, by Greg Livingstone
Get some mentoring from someone in your church regarding your interest in overseas ministry. We have guidance available to help with this. Fill in the form below to ask for mentoring resources.
Host a Bible study
Host a Bible study with your church or CU group.
Get some training
Host a training day at your church. We’ll come and deliver practical guidance on how to be effective at ministering to Muslims both in your local context and overseas. Fill in the form below to request a training day.
Attend an Islamics course
If you want to learn more about Islam and how to better engage with Muslims we highly recommend the one-week Islamics course at All Nations Christian College.
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