Wednesday, August 17, 2005

What is Muslim Bible Day?

Is your church participating in Muslim Bible Day?

"For 1,400 years, the church has been neglecting, avoiding and running away from Islam. But now, their time has come. God is at work among Muslims... and Believers throughout America are becoming purposefully involved in this movement of God through Muslim Bible Day.

This strategic project is a cooperative effort of churches across America to provide the Scriptures for those in the Muslim world. This year, hundreds of churches will be designating a special Sunday to collect gifts and offerings to be used for publishing and distributing Bibles in Muslim countries.

Today, there are fewer Bibles available to the world’s 1.2 billion Muslims than for any other major people group. Most Muslims have never even seen a Bible, let alone have a copy of their own.

For several years, a group of ministries has been operating a secret distribution network in the Middle East, South Asia and Central Asia. This work has been done at great risk to local believers who are committed to presenting the Gospel to the followers of Islam. Thousands of Bibles have already been discretely placed in the hands of Muslims… yet millions more are needed.

You can make the difference. Observe Muslim Bible Day in your church, small group, Sunday School class or Bible study and help make the Scriptures available to those who have never had a chance to hear the Gospel."
What is Muslim Bible Day?

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