Tom and JoAnn Doyle on How Former Muslim Women, Now Followers of Christ, Have Become an Unstoppable Force in the Middle East

Iraqi Christians pray during a mass on Christmas at an Orthodox church in the town of Bashiqa, east of Mosul, Iraq, on Dec. 25. (Khalid Al Mousily/Reuters)

How do we live out our faith and share the love of Jesus in an Islamic culture without offending or even worse, ostracizing the very souls we are seeking to reach? We wondered about this delicate dance before we launched our work in the Muslim World in 2001 just after 9/11.

What we found was that Jesus so often beautifully led the way into easily formed relationships with Muslims by preparing the hearts of those we are about to meet. He often did this through endearing Jesus dreams, unforgettable visions, and mind-boggling miracles. After that, Muslims were more than ready to hear that He was more than a prophet and the true Savior of the world.

Jesus’ heart is especially for those who are brokenhearted, hurting, or those suffering in some way. So, He intimately pursues and woos them with His divine love. In response, these dear men and women are so absolutely unashamed and completely confident in who Jesus is and nothing will stop them from sharing about their transformed lives and the Transformer – Jesus.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Tom and JoAnn Doyle

Tom and JoAnn Doyle are authors of the new book, “Women Who Risk,” and are the founders of Uncharted Ministries.