Five Barriers to Engaging Muslims with the Gospel

In 1791, William Carey published An Enquiry, effectively launching the modern missions movement. His argument was that Christians needed to take up the Great Commission by forming mission boards to launch missionaries to the nations. Carey led the charge by going to India in 1792. In An Enquiry, Carey detailed the greatest centers of lostness in the world,Continue reading “Five Barriers to Engaging Muslims with the Gospel”

Three Responses to the Gospel: Red, Yellow, and Green Lights

A few months ago, a South Asia Christian told me that before we trained him to share the gospel with Muslims, every Muslim rejected his message. In reality, those Muslims did not reject his message; instead, they rejected the language and culture he used to present the gospel. So, we helped this brother learn someContinue reading “Three Responses to the Gospel: Red, Yellow, and Green Lights”

The Sacrifice of Christ: A Gospel Tool for Muslims

In this blogpost, I am sharing how I normally share the gospel with Muslims in South Asia. Before I begin, I want to share a few notes. First, there are many, many footnotes that provide theological and cultural details for this story. Second, we often only use the center box, which shares five unique thingsContinue reading “The Sacrifice of Christ: A Gospel Tool for Muslims”

Rituals of Folk Muslims in South Asia: Na’at

Our Engaging South Asian Muslims E-Course recently went live. This course is a great opportunity to learn about the worldview of the Muslims of South Asia and how to bring the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to them. This reading is an example of one of the readings from this E-Course. Each the twelveContinue reading “Rituals of Folk Muslims in South Asia: Na’at”

Our Engaging South Asian Muslims E-Course is Live!

I want to share an exciting announcement! No Cousins Left has launched its first E-Course to train others in how to make disciples and plant churches among the almost 600 million Muslims of South Asia. This E-Course is self-paced, meaning that you can access each lesson at any time. This training consists of twelve lessons.Continue reading “Our Engaging South Asian Muslims E-Course is Live!”