Prayer videos encourage believers to pray for the Muslim world
Did you know that more Muslims have come to faith in Jesus in the last 15 years than in the previous 1,400 years combined? That is incredible proof that God is moving and answering the prayers of believers for their souls.
You can be part of the effort to reach people by joining the Ramadan Prayer Challenge, a global prayer movement. Daily videos created by OneWay’s Prayercast team will guide you to pray each day of Ramadan, April 2 to May 1. The videos cover dozens of specific and urgent topics.
“This experience has impacted me so much that I feel changed in the way I see the Muslim world,” responded one person who prayed in 2021.
The Ramadan Prayer Challenge encourages believers to pray every day for the salvation of Muslims. We also challenge you to invite at least one person to pray with you. Sign up to join the challenge and also browse all 130 videos in the Love Muslims series at the Prayercast website.
Muslims make up 24 percent of the world’s population but comprise half of the world’s unreached people groups. More than 1.8 million Muslims have yet to place their faith in Jesus as savior.
For most Muslims, Ramadan is a time of reflection and renewal through prayer and fasting. According to tradition, it is the month when Muhammad received his first revelation of the Qu’ran, and it contains the holiest day of the Muslim calendar. As they seek God intentionally, this month provides unique opportunities for Muslims to encounter Jesus Christ.
“This is my first time to participate in Ramadan, and it is changing my life,” one follower said. “The first week of fasting and praying was so enriching as I tried each day to research the focus of the day to understand more fully what I was praying for.”
As we prepare for the Ramadan Prayer Challenge this year, listen to this reprised episode of our podcast: A great way to love muslims. In this episode, Prayercast Director Chris Ruge shares a simple but profound way we can each make a loving impact on Muslims around the world.