Resources on Islam
Muslims are our neighbours, our colleagues and sometimes even family members. Many of us are unsure how to talk about Islam and are reluctant to engage on religion. Don't be afraid. We've brought you some resources to help. Have a look at our "To help you understand" section, as well as our Courses section. The evangelistic tools are to train you or give you things to share with your Muslim friends. Be sure to read the "10 tips for talking to Muslims" at the bottom. We are grateful to Life-Challenge.org for sharing many of their materials at no cost.
Around the world, there are millions of Muslims who have no Christian witness at all among them. They need missionaries sent to them, and we encourage you to to find out how you can be involved. Read our issue on Islam to get some ideas.
African Muslims and Christians have a lot in common, including kinship ties, shared languages, and citizenship. Yet, despite centuries of deep historical links and harmonious existence between the two religions, new challenges threaten this harmony.
My Neighbour's Faith sheds light on the beliefs and teachings of Islam by addressing matters of contemporary importance to Christians and the wider non-Muslim audience. It presents the human face of Islam--the face of a close relative, a neighbour, a teacher, and even a head of state--in a balanced and critical way that gives a credible view of Islam. You can buy the e-book for only US$5.99.
To help you understand
Resources for evangelism
The Message of Nabi Isa
In a gentle but clear approach, the simple message of Jesus Christ or Nabi Isa as he is known in Islam, can be shared with Muslim friends and neighbours.
Mission to Muslims impossible?
Five talks on Muslim Evangelism by Walter and Christel Eric. A good introduction to the background of Islam and fruitful ways that Christians can share the Good News of Jesus Christ.
10 tips for talking to Muslims by Jared Oginga
Seek to understand Islam as a system, and Muslims as a people loved by God, but trapped by the system. Ignorance and fear from Christians hinder witnessing, and a Muslim will understand the Gospel in proportion to how you understand his faith, and him as a person.