We long to see lives and communities transformed by the power of God among the unreached and unengaged. We advance disciple-making movements that are community led and holistic. We’re passionate about seeing the love of Jesus demonstrated and his people flourishing throughout communities in the Muslim world.
We focus on the unreached and unengaged.
Significant areas of the Muslim world have no known Jesus followers and little access to the love of Jesus. We’re committed to changing this reality, one community at a time. We want to start house groups of Jesus followers who obey the Bible and seek to transform the society around them and who also want to start new house groups...
We proclaim and demonstrate the love of Jesus.
We desire to contribute to the development of the local people and their communities as we help meet identified needs. We’re committed to excellence in our work, seeking in every way to reflect Jesus who has motivated us to sacrificial service. As we make disciples, we often work in areas such as healthcare, education and economic development.
Why I work with Muslims
We have significant opportunities today.
We work throughout the Muslim world — North Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia — and have opportunities as well for working with Muslim people in “Western” contexts. Contact us to explore opportunities.
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INTEGRATED COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION
When we enter a community, we seek to relate to and understand the community through the eyes of Jesus. This includes pre-training and ongoing on-field research.
EVALUATE and ENGAGE
We repeat a collaborative cycle that aims to work alongside others in the community to identify and assess both needs and resources. Alongside the community, we encourage initiatives guided by a strategy and help implement them.
As transformation takes hold in a community our role changes. We avoid creating unhealthy dependencies and focus on what Jesus is doing within the community. This typically leads to expansion as transformation impacts surrounding communities.
We're looking for leadership.
We’re looking for people with proven leadership ability to lead teams in Islamic contexts. Are you a pastoral type? A manager or administrator? A visionary? Or a consensus-builder? All of these are valuable leadership styles, which can be of use in the right circumstances. If you have gifts in these areas and a call to work with Muslims, we would love to work with you to help you develop your gifts and provide an environment where you can fulfill your calling.
Do you have a calling to a place, people group or ministry where we are not currently involved? Let us know about your passion. We are looking for people to pioneer new work throughout the Muslim world. We will work with you, train you, and help you develop a team. Once you're on the field, we can help you refine your strategy and provide the necessary on-field support and accountability.
Qualities we look for in a leader...
- Vision: to see the possibilities
- Heart: to live for God's glory
- Servanthood: to cultivate the potential in others
- Integrity: to do what you say you will
If you believe you have the potential and God may be calling you into leadership, please contact us.
We have Leadership Intern positions available.
1 to 2 year internships for people who have some demonstrated leadership ability, a calling to the Muslim world and a desire for training and exposure to Muslim ministry. You will have the opportunity to work alongside other leaders, travel and gain experience in various parts of the Muslim world. We will work with you to customize an internship experience that's right for you, including leadership training in community.
Are you a visionary with a calling to the unreached or unengaged and the ability to inspire and empower others for service? Let's talk.
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People Movement Practitioner
Business for Transformation Entrepreneur
Refugee Ministry Developer
Refugee Discipleship Leader
House of Prayer Internship
Agricultural Development Coordinator
This region is almost 100% Islamic and the majority of the people have yet to hear the good news of the Kingdom of God. This region is among the poorest in the country, with one-third of households living below the poverty line.
Disciple Making Movement Coordinator
Agricultural Program Developer
Our team works in the poorest country in Central Asia and it’s home to people who are 98.6% Muslim. Our team serves local villages in both church-planting and community development. The main development projects involve both clean water and drip irrigation.
School of Ministry Team Member
Village Community Development Coordinator
Discipleship Movement Coordinator
Refugee Ministry Worker
Farm Operations Manager
Consider or share these financial projects
Love Carrick Neighborhood Church Start-Up
Community Center Construction
Clean Drinking Water
This village has suffered greatly from too much fluoride in the water, Many people live with rickets and extreme tooth decay as a result. The borehole water also carries diseases that cause many illnesses. such as typhoid, dysentery, cholera, and hepatitis. We are seeking to remove harmful bacteria and high fluoride content from the water.
Grace School Amenities
We are eager to purchase a bus to bring more students to the school, to create a library and computer lab, and purchase playground equipment and landscaping of the grounds.
Selah Center Expansion
The vision for Selah Center is "Building Life-giving community for those who have lost hope." Our mission is a vocational center that includes many choices for skilled labor classes. As of right now, there is only one option (sewing). This center will be a fully operational skill center for young boys and girls that face low economic situations, forced labor, and sexual or physical abuse situations, the marginalized and invisible in the community. We have started in a small rented facility, but need to expand, even to having our own facility. We strive to help the girls find gainful employment. This is more than just a skill center, we will expand it to a place that gives counseling and shows the love of Jesus daily and gives hope.
Two years ago we purchased a used tent to use in our monthly kids club meetings. It is 35x50 feet and can provide shade for up to 80 or 90 chairs. We use it even when it is not rainy to help provide shade from the sun. Through normal wear and tear, we need to purchase new ropes to make it secure and also fortify the edges and do some patching repair.