Disillusioned Muslims Responding to the Cry Out Now’s Online Gospel Outreach

The Near East continues to grapple with COVID-19 and its impact on economies, even with the beginning of vaccination rollouts. But in spite of (and maybe even thanks to) the pandemic, the Holy Spirit is moving.

Cry Out Now Ministries serves to build God’s Kingdom in Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq. Due to lockdowns, curfews, and contact restrictions, it was no longer possible to continue street evangelism or door-to-door Scripture distributions.

Peter* with Cry Out says they had to get creative with Gospel outreach. So they started sharing Jesus online.

“Today with social media, there can be campaigns with thousands of people being connected with a message that goes out that people can click on if there’s a spiritual interest and even start to do a Bible study online…. We hear of people coming to faith just through responding to a message that they get on Facebook or a Facebook ad or some message that goes out through WhatsApp.”

For example, a Muslim man in Jordan was disillusioned with Islam. But he didn’t know where else to turn. Then Cry Out contacted this man on social media and he was intrigued enough to reply.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Lyndsey Koh


  • Pray for the Jordanian man and others in the Near East to embrace joy in the Gospel.
  • Ask God to grow the Near East Church through Cry Out’s online ministry.

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