A practical starting point for Christians to share the hope of Jesus with Muslims.
Since September 11th, 2001, relationships between Christians and Muslims have been defined by fear. Increasing violence in the Middle East has caused Islam to be associated with persecution and terrorism and has led many Christians to view Muslims as the enemy. But the Bible provides clear instruction to move past fear and share the Gospel with all peoples, including Muslims. Every Christian can be an ambassador of Christ to Muslims, even without becoming an expert on Islam.
In Sharing Jesus with Muslims, Fouad Masri encourages Christians to set aside fear, excuses, and differences and share the good news of Jesus. Rich with stories and conversation starters, the book gives readers tangible and respectful ways to initiate friendships and minister to the felt needs of Muslims.
Sharing Jesus with Muslims serves as a step-by-step guide for effective witnessing, and includes:
- Conversation starters
- Insight into Muslim culture, including do's and don'ts
- Biblical responses to issues relevant to Islam
- Stories with practical application from Masri's forty years of ministry to Muslims
- Discipleship materials for ministering to Muslims
Void of judgement or guilt trips, pastors, ministry leaders, and everyday Christians will find their relationships with Muslims enhanced by the principles in this book. Pick up Sharing Jesus with Muslims and discover the joy of serving and relating to Muslims.
About the Author
Fouad Masri (MA, Fuller Theological Seminary) is founder of the Crescent Project, a ministry that has trained more than 20,000 Christians for sensitive evangelism of Muslims. Masri has been featured by media outlets such as Christianity Today, Newsweek, The Janet Parshall Show, and Prime Time America. He is the author of several books, including Outreach magazine’s 2015 cross-cultural resource of the year, Connecting with Muslims.