Pray for Muslims Where You Are


  • Instead of praying for “all Muslims,” pray for specific Muslims.
  • Start with Muslims you know: schoolmates, coworkers, neighbors, those you see while shopping.
  • Pray for specific groups of Muslims, for example, all Muslims named Mohammed (that’s 20% of Muslim men!).
  • Pray for every covered woman (40% of Muslims).
  • Pray for Muslims under age 18 (50%)
  • Pray for Muslims in the U.S.
  • Pray for Muslims in refugee camps, Shiite Muslims, Sunni Muslims

Join Our 30 Days of Prayer for Muslims

Muslims world-wide are preparing to observe Ramadan (May 5-June 4 in the USA), the marking of the month in which Mohammad is believed to have received the Quran from Allah. During this time, all able-bodied adult Muslims are required to fast food and drink from dawn to sunset for the purpose of self-purification. The fast is broken nightly with the Iftar meal which is shared with family and friends. Another meal, the Suhur, is taken just before dawn to sustain the body throughout the day.

The Arabic word for fasting, sawm, can literally be translated to refrain. During Ramadan, Muslims are to concentrate on their submission to Allah by avoiding sinful and unclean behaviors and emotions. Special devotion is given to prayer, recitation of the Quran, and charitable giving to the poor. The rewards for these behaviors are said to be increased during Ramadan.
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Dr. David Garrison’s long-awaited global survey of Muslim movements to Christ reveals that we are in the midst of the greatest turning of Muslims to Christ in history. David Garrison, PhD University of Chicago, traveled a quarter-million miles throughout the Muslim world investigating movements, each one with at least a thousand baptisms that have occurred over a two-decade period, some containing tens of thousands of Muslims who are now followers of Jesus Christ. Garrison’s core question: “What did God use to bring you to faith in Jesus Christ? Tell me your story.”


Stubborn Perseverance is a “how to” manual written as the captivating story—based on real events—of a movement of multiplying disciples. It illustrates and details biblical principles by which YOU can pursue God for a disciple-making movement in your own context.

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