For the second straight year, the celebration of Ramadan has been restricted by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, Muslims have more freedom to move and celebrate than they did last year.
Peter from Cry Out Now says, “We are recognizing this is a key time for us as a body to pray. There’s a shaking going on, I believe, in Islam with mosques not open as much. People are a little bit more uncertain to be able to go and pray together with others. I just see the body of Christ really stepping up and praying into [this]. In a sense, our weapon is prayer and worship.”
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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller
CALL TO ACTION
- Pray many Muslims would find hope in the risen Jesus this Ramadan.