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Building a Bridge to Reach Muslims in America!

From Somalis in Minneapolis, to Chi Alpha international student ministries on college campuses, to the major cities of Chicago and New York, to smaller cities like Springfield, Missouri, there are many open doors to share the gospel with Muslims. Although Global Initiative primarily focuses on training the local church in Muslim majority countries, we also partner with U.S. missionaries and Chi Alpha campus ministries to reach Muslims here in the United States. In order to share the gospel with Muslims in America, believers must prayerfully build a relational bridge with Muslims and knock down the barriers that prevent us from…

To Consider: Muslims on American University Campuses

The new issue of Intercede is now available. During March and April we focus on Muslims on American university campuses. Should we be worried or should be we encouraged? ********** Muslims on American University Campuses: A Threat or Opportunity? Be very careful, then, how you live–not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. (Ephesians 5:15-16 NIV) Only ask–and I will give you the nations as your inheritance–the ends of the earth as your possession. (Psalm 2:8 NLT) So often I have observed it: about one-hundred Muslim students, men and women, dressed in…

Ministry Update: Chi Alpha SALT Conference

Over the New Year’s holiday, Global Initiative joined the South Central region of Chi Alpha Campus Ministries for its three-day SALT Conference in Dallas. Jackie, our director of mobilization, was on hand to share the ministry of Global Initiative and how it serves Chi Alpha ministries, equipping students to reach Muslims on their campuses. Jackie also presented the workshop “The Mission of God and Unreached Peoples” multiple times over the course of two afternoons. Each session had 15-20 students and Chi Alpha staff in attendance. As Jackie gave the presentation, she saw many “light bulbs going off” as she explained the mission…

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