… for Say Hello’s presence at Southwestern Assemblies of God University this week.
… for favor with federal agencies regarding trademark knockouts for our Say Hello curriculum.
… that Muslim women in the Comoros Islands will have unhindered access to the Gospel.
… for Say Hello’s Sarah, who expects her first baby this week!
… that Gambia’s 880,000 women will have access to the Good News!
… for V and M, two courageous gals who outreach to Muslim women in a sensitive Asian nation.
… specifically for Christian Bengali women who outreach to their Muslim neighbors.
… for Christian friends who will lovingly welcome female Muslim students who for the first time settle into western schools this winter semester.
… for blessings upon K., who begins work in her Muslim homeland after spending 3+ years earning a graduate degree in the US.
… that this new year will open wide new doors of opportunity for Christ-like friendships between Christian and Muslim women, everywhere.
… that scores of students at this week’s World Missions Summit in Dallas, TX will follow God’s heart for lost Muslims, at home and abroad.
… for the mother of a convert from Islam to Christianity, to see and love Jesus, who is at work in her son’s life.
… that today’s Christmas Good News will find entry into every Muslim’s home, everywhere–and that it will draw Muslim families to Jesus.
… that war-ravaged Muslims will know the Prince of Peace, in their lands and in their hearts.
… that bans upon Christian literature in Muslim countries will not restrain the Father’s love from women who seek Him.
… that Christian families who host Muslim families for Thanksgiving will have open doors for meaningful conversations.
… that Italy’s 750,000 Muslim women to have Christian friends who will love them to Jesus.
… that the many women who attended Say Hello seminars in CA and IL last week will have courage to initiate new friendships with Muslim neighbors.
… for discipleship efforts among Muslim women who have been baptized since the influx of refugees last fall.
… that newly arrived Muslim asylees in America will find friends to welcome them and introduce them to Jesus.
… for Shireen (pseudonym), a Muslim background Christian, who after three years remains imprisoned in Iran for her faith.
. . . for Muslim women who see the new film entitled “Jesus, Son of God” will pray to Him and hear from Him.
. . . that trafficked Muslim women in Indonesia would open their hearts to Christian workers who reach out to them.
. . . for Say Hello’s ministry in CA and IL this Nov. 6-13.
… that Satan’s shroud of darkness would be lifted from the hearts of Muslim women everywhere.
… against Islam’s trending propagation of polygamy as a right for Muslim women in the West.
… that Muslim women in restricted access contexts would draw exceptional courage and hope from Christians who live among them.
… for H. and S., two Muslim girls whose friendship with a Christ-follower is moving forward.
… that Muslim girls who are disillusioned with Islam’s violence will turn to Jesus.
… for Jesus to reveal himself to Muslim women in dreams and visions.