An Update on Covid-19 Crisis Giving

An Update on Covid-19 Crisis Giving

Sanjay and John are fruitful disciple makers in North India. When their country went into complete lockdown due to COVID-19, they knew the effects on the poor could be devastating. They couldn’t sit by and do nothing. Like Jesus’ first followers in Acts 4:32-34,...
Day 7: Tablighi Jamaat

Day 7: Tablighi Jamaat

With over 80 million members, the Tablighi Jamaat (“Society for Spreading Faith”) is the largest Muslim organization in the world. They are present in over 150 countries, including Ethiopia, South Africa, the USA and Nepal. As their focus is on reaching nominal...
Day 6: Wahhabism in Dagestan

Day 6: Wahhabism in Dagestan

Dagestan is a republic of Russia, bordering the east coast of the Caspian Sea, Georgia and Azerbaijan. About 95 percent of the 2.9 million people of Dagestan are Muslim. Two of the largest people groups are the Avars and the Dargins. The extremely conservative...
Day 5: Wahhabism

Day 5: Wahhabism

Wahhabism is a conservative movement within the Sunni branch of Islam. It was developed in the 18th century in Saudi Arabia by a theologian named Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab. The theology calls for a return to a “pure” or fundamentalist form of Islam. It is a strict...
Day 4:The Nile-Nubians in Egypt and Sudan

Day 4:The Nile-Nubians in Egypt and Sudan

Abu Ali grew up as a traditional Muslim in a Nubian village south of Aswan, Egypt. As he got older he began to explore Sufism—a mystical form of Islam in which Muslims pursue deeper understanding of divine love and truth through direct personal experience with God. ...