… that this second week of Advent, Christian women everywhere will prepare the way for the Lord in the lives of their Muslim friends.
… for perseverance and spiritual growth among nomadic Fulani Christian women of Muslim background in Niger.
… that Christian women in Israel/Palestine would be agents of Christ’s peace and greater promise to Jewish and Muslim neighbors in these rocky times.
… that H., an Arab Muslim friend in America who was called back to her homeland against her will might have access to loving Christians who will lead her to Jesus.
… for missionary families in Muslim countries, as they introduce Advent to Muslim friends.
… that Muslim women who are reading the Bible would be convinced in their hearts of its Truth and personal relevance to them.
… that the Muslim families who participated in a recent Say Hello Thanksgiving celebration will be open to deepening friendships and the Good News message.
… that J.’s Muslim friend will run to Jesus rather than away from Him.
… for signs and wonders among workers in Europe who serve the spiritual and physical felt needs of Muslim refugees and immigrants.
… for a Say Hello event that will host Muslim families for an American Thanksgiving experience on Nov. 16.
… that more laborers would be called to China’s Xinjiang Province’s 6,500,000 unreached Muslim women.
… that Sat 7’s Good News programming for Muslim women in Arabic, Turcik, and Farsi speaking countries would find “homes” in the hearts of seeking viewers.
… for Fatima and Mehmet, new converts from Islam who have received death threats for following Jesus.
… that Pakistan’s 97,000,000 unreached Muslim women would have access to the Gospel message.
… that a Latin American single woman and another family who seek visa options for service in Pakistan will find favor and open doors for ministry in that land.
… for a Muslim convert to Christianity in a Middle Eastern country whose family is threatening to take her life.
… for Indonesia’s over 131 million women to have access to the Gospel message.
… about how God might enlarge your own heart for Muslims, to give you unique opportunities for outreach and influence.
… that H., a Muslim woman who has heard the Truth about Jesus but is digging deeper into Islam, will quickly realize her error and commit her life to Christ.
… for Rania., a Muslim mother in Syria who met Christ through a radio program and is now suffering persecution. Her whole family has accepted Jesus, but must worship secretly.
… for Hamida, a Ugandan woman who has been cursed and ousted from family for choosing Jesus over Islam.
… for women in Papua New Guinea who will participate in Global Initiative’s equipping seminar this Oct. 19 through Nov. 3.
… that Afghan women who are learning about Jesus via English classes in their homeland will always want more of Him.
… for a Latin American worker among Muslims in Germany, as she points refugee women and children to Jesus.
… for missionary women–married and single–who need special grace for ministry to Muslims where they are.
… that Muslim women in Dearborn, Michigan who receive help from Christian outreaches there will hunger more for Truth and have courage to draw nearer to Jesus.
… that a Muslim “daughter of peace” in a fundamentalist country who has opened doors for Christian presence in her mountain village will follow Jesus wholeheartedly.
… that Abi, a Christian background woman in the US, would seek Jesus about the relationship she is having with a Muslim man from a fundamentalist country.
… that a single female worker who has led a Muslim family to Christ in a closed country will have uninterrupted access to the family she must now disciple from afar.
… that the Holy Spirit would prove Himself real to Nabeel’s mother, sister and father as they grieve his passing.