The proverb reads: “Where there is no vision….” (Proverbs 29:18). The lack of vision reflects a human dilemma. When I looked up from my morning run, I saw the rainbow – a divine sign promising God’s covenant with humanity (Gen. 9).[Read more…] about No Vision – a Human Failure
Are you in a relationship with a Muslim? What things should you know before you consider marrying a Muslim? Many marriages occur each year in which two people from different faiths or perspectives marry. The most likely scenario is that the non-Muslim girl considers marrying a Muslim man. This situation is because Islam allows the man to marry a woman who is not a Muslim but believes in monotheistic ideas (commonly Christian or Jewish).[Read more…] about Should I Marry a Muslim?
The loving God says I have loved you with an everlasting love; therefore I have continued my faithfulness to you. (Jeremiah 31:3, ESV). But, does God still love us? Do words of love die out?[Read more…] about God’s Love Letter
In western society, marriage is a paper but Christianity defines it as a covenant. Despite this Islam makes marriage a contract. So in a Shia society like Iran, how do they define marriage? How did the Islamic revolution redefine the marriage relationship? Let’s take a look.[Read more…] about The Shia Definition of Marriage
Share your testimony
Muslims are dear religious people and usually enjoy hearing how God works in one’s life. As a believer in Christ, we have a testimony of God’s deliverance and promises of salvation. No one can deny personal experience and an excellent place to start. Now a few pointers on giving one’s testimony. Our confidence is in God’s power and promises. The way we state things is essential. The focus is on God’s work, not personal choice or ability.[Read more…] about Sharing our Faith with Muslims