Opportunities for Christians to pray, learn, love and engage with Muslims during Ramadan.
Easter & Ramadan. Is God's forgiveness given or earned?
An invitation for followers of Jesus to pray for Muslims during Ramadan, and equpping resources for prayer.
You are invited to join us in praying for Ramadan!
Ramadan is the Islamic month of fasting—a season where Muslims are more spiritually alert and diligent. It is also the month, where for 27 years Christians around the world have prayed persistently that as Muslims practice the rituals of their faith, they would come into a living relationship with Jesus Christ the Messiah.
Loving Muslims Together Network - Monthly Day of Prayer & Fasting
5 Questions to Consider as you Build Cross-Cultural Friendships.
Vanilla describes most of my childhood: Food was predictable, community was homogenous, and the exotic or unusual was reserved for travelogue shows on TV.
Vanilla was my ice cream flavor of choice. It was safe, predictable, and delicious. All those other flavors might not be as good…and risking ice cream disappointment seemed unimaginable to me. It wasn’t until my teens that I discovered the delights of Mint Chocolate Chip, Maple Walnut, and other wonderful flavours.
Statistics Canada has just released the CENSUS 2021 data on population and reported that “millions of people from all over the world have chosen, and continue to choose, Canada as their new home. In 2021, more than 8.3 million people, or almost one-quarter (23.0%) of the population, were, or had ever been, a landed immigrant or permanent resident in Canada.”
It is clear to me that God has created a huge opportunity for Christians to share the gospel with the world in Canada; the nations of the world are in our neighbourhoods.
Have you ever considered that those of Muslim faith who live among us might have been sent by God to Canada in order to find Him?
Here are 5 ways to be intentional about making disciples in your neighbourhood among those of Muslim faith ...
In this Loving Muslims Together webinar, you are invited to hear from Dr. Nabeel Jabbour on how Muslims view the world and how Christians can better understand, relate and love them with the love of Christ. Saturday, November 19, 2022 on Zoom.
Anybody who has visited my house knows I like to garden. A few years ago, my husband and daughter built me a greenhouse so I can start my plants from seed. Each precious seed is carefully placed in prepared soil and carefully nurtured to grow strong before being transplanted into the garden to grow up and produce a harvest.
Recently I’ve been rereading the Parable of the Sower (or maybe better called the Parable of the Soils) from Matthew 13.
What is startling to me in this parable is the complete disregard of the sower for all the seed that is wasted. No gardener deliberately throws seed on the path, or amongst weeds, or on rocky ground. Seed is reserved for fertile soil.
So why is this sower apparently happy to waste so much seed?
When I first heard what Allan was doing among refugees in Winnipeg, I felt a desire to learn more. After meeting with him and hearing the details, I was convinced that this amazing story, describing what God can do with a willing and servant heart, had to be shared with the world.
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.