If you’re like me, when someone starts talking about the need to get more involved in evangelism, the first thought to come to mind isn’t ‘JOY’. Maybe its stress. Or guilt. Or shame. Or fear. Why do we feel that way?
And although many non-Christians are willing to engage in spiritual conversations, most Christians don’t start them. Why are we so reluctant?
With the recent upheaval in Afghanistan, the Canadian government has committed to accept 40,000 refugees. Lorna calls the church to step up to help settle Afghan Refugees.
She also shares about an opportunity to suport the Jesus Network team, who have evacuated over 500 Christian Afghans and are working to bring these Christian Afghans to Canada as privately sponsered refugees.
A story of a Chinese Church in southern Ontario choosing to love the Mosque Community closest to them through prayer.
Muslims are noted for their hospitality. They are gracious and friendly. But one thing they will not tolerate are snails. I mean I don't want to eat a snail, but this is anathema to Muslims. Now, if you are a Christian living in a Muslim country, they will treat you with hospitality. People will be friendly and try to help you if you have a difficulty. But you will be viewed as if you were a Snail Salesperson.
The House of Omeed (House of Hope) exists to inspire hope in the hearts of refugees and newcomers to Canada as they make the necessary huge adjustment to their lives now transplanted into a new, unfamiliar, and often incomprehensible society.
From the very beginning, the existence of the House of Omeed has been a story of miracles.
Given their track-record, it's not surprising, on a recent visit in the middle of Covid restrictions, to find that the staff and volunteers are as busy as ever. In fact, perhaps they’re busier than ever, as they tackle the needs of the community in a way that complies with public health directives.
A woman in Canada discovers an Arabic website that tells stories about Jesus Christ. Growing up in the Middle East in a Muslim dominant nation, she had never heard these stories.
She was curious.
So, she took advantage of the offer for a free Bible. She entered her name, address and email, and then waited.
A Canadian couple shares their story of welcoming Syrian refugees into their community.
It has been estimated that around 57% of people who come to Christ do so through the printed word. In today’s fast paced world we may only have a moment to spend with a person, so “making the most of the opportunity” (Col. 4:5-6) by being prepared with a copy of the written Word, is the least we can do in fulfilling our obligation as ambassadors for Christ. (2 Cor. 5:20).
In this article, Pastor Lane Davis shares a story of a time he shared a Farsi New Testament with an X-Ray Technician.
The story of a Muslim woman coming to faith in Jesus!
A story of sharing Light & Hope with an International Student.
Loivng Muslims Together is made up of local networks across Canada. Find out more information here!
What does it look like to love your Muslim neighbour as yourself? God is allowing global migration to bring people who have never had a chance to really consider the claims that Jesus Christ makes about himself, into situations where they can question and consider--accompanied in friendship by those of us who love Jesus and want to obey his command to love our neighbours.