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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!

What Is Ramadan?

Let’s talk about Ramadan! In case you missed it, it began yesterday (June 6th), and will continue for 30 days (until July 5th), so we’re here with part one of a two part series on the ins and outs of this major Muslim holiday! We’re joining in with and Prayercast’s Ramadan Challenge! If you’re praying for Muslims this month, we’d love to hear from you! Check in with us at!

30 Days of Prayer – starting June 6, 2016!

Ramadan begins on June 6, 2016, and we’ll be praying along with the 25th annual “30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World” from! You can download an abbreviated copy here, or you can order the complete booklet from

Get Involved: Jumaa Prayer Fellowship App!

It’s now available! Our Jumaa Prayer Fellowship app! Pray with us and 60,000 people around the world on Fridays for Muslims everywhere. Also in the app you can watch our videos, connect with a prayer group or seminar in your area, read this blog, and join the movement through social media. Download it here now via iTunes, Google Play, and Windows Marketplace.

To Consider: The Convert’s Confusion

The following is the lead article in the November/December issue of Intercede, our bimonthly prayer publication. To download the full version of Intercede, click here. The Convert’s Confusion For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace. . . (I Cor. 14:33 KJV). Why are you cast down, O my soul ? And why are you disquieted within me? Hope in God, for I shall yet praise Him for the help of His countenance. O my God, my soul is cast down within me (Psalm 42:5-6 NKJV). God is not the author of confusion, not in the orderly universe he…

To Consider: Let’s Magnify Jesus

The following is the lead article in the September/October issue of Intercede, our bimonthly prayer publication. To download the full version of Intercede, click here. Let’s Magnify Jesus By Dick Brogden Cairo traffic is terrible. Noisy, loud, crammed, crazy drivers and traffic jams from eight in the morning until eight at night. Cairo taxi drivers are entertaining and varied: some are out-of-work professors, some are toothless peasants, some are gentlemen, some are creepers. Almost all of them are Muslims. We have found that taxis are incredible places to talk about Jesus. The other day I got in a taxi and noticed…

UPDATE: A Letter From Pastor Saeed Abedini

A letter from imprisoned American pastor Saeed Abedini was recently shared with the U.S. Assemblies of God. In it he writes, “When I heard that empty Christmas settings were placed during Christmas as a reminder of my imprisonment and those imprisoned for Christ, tears of joy filled my eyes. I was able to share about this with other prisoners and they were shocked by the love and support we have for each other in Jesus. I told them how in the Bible we are all considered brothers and sisters (despite race, color, or nationality) and we are to share in…

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