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Training can help people share Jesus with love, power, and authority!

I want to share with you a few students’ testimonies from a recent training at CTS in Brussels: “After this course, I grew in love for the Muslim community. I realized that I should value and develop relationships with my Muslim friends.”  “It was eye opening to learn to love Muslims and show them respect as a way to see them come to Christ.”  “The Holy Spirit showed me that Muslims are normal people like anyone else who is in need of a Savior.” These students’ testimonies reflect the transformation that took place in their hearts. How can someone possibly…

20th Anniversary! Our Latest Jonah Initiative Training in Baguio!

Twenty years ago Islam did not have the global consciousness it has now. The terrorist attacks in New York City in September 2001 definitely brought it to the forefront. Today, we find a strong presence of Islam in nearly every corner of our world and that includes the Muslim-populated countries of Asia. It is evident to us on this 20-year anniversary of The Jonah Initiative training in Baguio, Republic of the Philippines, that Global Initiative leaders were sensitive to God’s leading in 1997. They took the initiative at that time to make Baguio an annual event to train workers for…

Beyond Cuba to the Ends of the Earth!

“You have been a huge encouragement to us this week. It was a fruitful time, and we learned so much we had not been aware of.” I am excited to tell you that believers in the Cuba Assemblies of God are responding to the call of God to take the gospel to Muslims in their country… and to Muslims in other parts of the world.   Thanks to your monthly gifts, Global Initiative is impacting the Muslim world with the gospel by training these believers through the Jonah Initiative. Some of our team members recently returned from training sessions in…

Spiritual Freedom from Islam – A Presentation by Dr. Mark Durie

If you’re in the Springfield, MO area, we invite you to join us for the “Spiritual Freedom From Islam” seminar, presented by Dr. Mark Durie and hosted by the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary! Event Details: January 24, 2017 8:30-12:00pm Tickets: $15 per person (pre-registration is required) Coffee, refreshments, and lunch will be provided. Limited seating is available for this event, so click below to register! All participants are also welcome to join us for an afternoon workshop (1-4pm) on Discipleship of Muslims Who Are Turning to Christ. This afternoon session will cover women’s issues, theological issues, and leadership issues.

The #2020 Campaign – The End!

Well, last Friday was the end of our #2020 Campaign! Thanks to all those who shared their stories with us, and we hope that you were encouraged and inspired! Did you learn something new, make a new friend, or commit to praying for Muslims? Share your thoughts in the comments! If you missed a day or two, or if you’d just like to share a video that you loved with a friend, head over to our YouTube playlist and if you’d like to help Global Initiative create more immersive video experiences like #2020, consider donating here!

The #2020 Campaign: September 5 – September 30!

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The Refugee Journey – Open Heart, Open Hands, Open Home

– first published on January 29, 2016 Abra su Corazón, Abra sus manos y Abra su casa. “Has God been speaking to you on this refugee journey? What would it take…?” To smile at someone from another country when you meet him or her in the supermarket, at school, in your community? To say hello to a refugee you meet? (sayhelloinfo.com) To pray for refugees? To start a Jumaa Prayer Fellowship at your church to pray every Friday for Muslims? (jumaaprayer.org) To donate household items? To give food for a refugee family To listen to a refugee’s story? To learn…

The Refugee Journey – Bridging the Cultural Divide

– first published on January 28, 2016 Cerrando la Brecha Cultural Consider these cultural differences for a Muslim coming into a Christian church. In the mosque, people take their shoes off at the door. Men and women do not sit together. Women, in fact, are in a separate area secluded from the men. Muslims wash before prayer and pray in the direction of Mecca. They stand side by side; men with men and women with women, with a series of synchronized movements that include bowing, bending, and touching their heads to the floor in submission to Allah. They treat their…

The Refugee Journey – A Quick Overview Of Muslim Beliefs And Practices

– first published on January 27, 2016 Una descripción rápida de las Creencias y prácticas Musulmanas Many of the refugees coming from Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan are Muslim. It is important to understand what they believe. ALLAH is the name for God. There are 99 names depicting Allah’s character. He cannot be known personally. MUHAMMAD, the last prophet, is a descendent of Abraham through Ishmael. He was born about 600 years after Jesus. The QURAN is a compilation of recitations given to the prophet Muhammad over 23 years. The HADITH is a compilation of the sayings and actions of Muhammad….

The Refugee Journey – How Can The Local Church Welcome Refugees?

– first published on January 26, 2016 ¿Cómo puede la iglesia local dar la bienvenida a los refugiados? Former Muslim Background Believer (MBB) Fred Farrokh suggests 7 ways that the local church can welcome refugees: MBBs can be a gift to the local church since many MBBs are familiar with overcoming persecution. So, the local church should see MBBs as people who can contribute to the life of the church. In many cases, the MBB may have lost family connections through immigration or being disowned for his/her faith in Christ. The local church needs to create a sense of family…

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