Muslim refugees open their hearts to Jesus like never before

Submitted by Brother Marko on Wed, 04/25/2018 - 17:44
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Since the beginning of the Syrian refugee crisis, many Christians have reported on how open the hearts of some Muslim refugees are to the Gospel. Some have even said that Syrian refugee camps are becoming God’s paradise as many Muslim refugees began to seek Jesus and positively respond to the Gospel.


What is wrong with halaal?

Submitted by Brother Marko on Fri, 04/06/2018 - 10:48

In a country like South Africa, where majority of the population is Christian, a nationwide halaal food regulation constitutes some major problems: (1) It robs people their free access to non-halaal food, thus it is illegal as it denies people freedom of choice, (2) it forces Christians to buy and consume food offered to a foreign god (an idol), which is a major sin according to the Bible, (3) it makes it almost impossible for Christian farmers and businessmen


Exodus From Islam

Submitted by Brother Marko on Mon, 05/01/2017 - 20:39

Many Muslim leaders and many non-Muslims have been claim that Islam is the fastest growing religion of the world. Is it really true? Is Islam indeed growing? It is a fact that birth rate among Muslim people is higher than other people groups such as Western Christians. Due to this higher birth rate, and islamic immigration into non-Muslim countries, Islam seems to be growing in some parts of the world. However, in spite of these factors, Islam is not at all the fastest growing world religion. In fact Islam is a religion in very serious crisis and danger of collapse.

The Need for Disciple Makers

Submitted by Brother Marko on Mon, 04/24/2017 - 20:37
Today, it is a commonly known fact that all over the world, many Muslims leave Islam on a daily basis and embrace Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. Their numbers are so high and every day so many more of them come to Jesus that nobody really knows how many Muslim background Christians are around us. This is purely the amazing work of the Holy Spirit. In the light of this great move of God, the challenge for the Church of Jesus Christ is to welcome and disciple these countless new believers.

From Muslim Immigrants To Christian Preachers

Submitted by Brother Marko on Mon, 04/17/2017 - 20:34
During the recent years more and more Muslims, mainly men, have been legally or illegally immigrating to non-Muslim countries. South Africa has been the favourite destination of immigration especially for the Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslims. They have been swarming into this country in great numbers during the recent years. They have been opening up cell-phone repair shops, spaza-shops and small scale grocery shops almost in each and every town, township, neighbourhood and sopping mall across the country.

Let Them Know The Truth

Submitted by Brother Marko on Mon, 04/10/2017 - 20:32
One of the key characteristics of Islam is that it is a religion of lies and deception. So much so that, Allah, the god of Islam, introduces himself as the “best of deceivers” in the Quran (3:54; 7:99 and 8:30). Additionally, one the of the pillars of the Islamic theology is the doctrine deception, also known as the doctrine of taqqiya. This doctrine teaches that Muslims should lie, cheat and deceive people (other Muslims and non-Muslims) to promote Islam and to discredit Christianity and even other religions.

Let Them Be Courageous

Submitted by Brother Marko on Mon, 04/03/2017 - 20:29
Islam is a religion of fear. It rules by fear. Most Muslim never decided to be a Muslim. Since the day they were born Islam has been forced upon them. They were told again and again that if they ever question or oppose Islam, they would be severely punished. Islamic doctrine and practice all over the world dictates that those that question, discredit and oppose Allah and his religion shall be severely punished and even killed.

The Need for Modern-day Ananias'

Submitted by Brother Marko on Mon, 05/30/2016 - 20:07

The Need for Modern-day Ananias'

Saul would have never become the Saint Paul without the courageous obedience and initiatives of Ananias. Saul was confronted and converted by Jesus on the way to Damascus (Act 9:1-9). However, it was Ananias who baptised and possibly sheltered and discipled Saul (Act 9:10-25). At about the same time Jesus confronted Saul, He also visited Ananias in a vision and instructed him to go and pray for Saul. If Ananias did not meet Saul and pray for him, Saul might have never became the Paul we know.