The world of evangelism is changing, and we need to change with it. Over the past 30 years, the church has seen a new idea of "digital evangelism" grow, and we have done our best to adapt to our digital context.
One of the most common misconceptions that other religions have about Jesus is that He was “just a good person.” You’ll probably hear your Muslim friend say that Jesus was an honorable prophet or a great teacher.
If you’ve read any of our blog posts that mention inviting your Muslim friends over, you’ve probably seen us suggest that you ask about your friend’s dietary preferences! That is because of the Islamic concepts halal and haram.
The month of Ramadan is coming up! Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and is important for every Muslim so that they can gain Allah’s favor. This year, it begins April 2nd and goes until sundown on May 2nd.
Our Muslim friends do not experience this with Allah. In the Quran, Allah contradicts himself multiple times and replaces old commandments with new ones, all within the lifetime of one person, Muhammad.
As our world grows more and more connected through social media and a wide variety of cultures are represented in our cities and states, it is important to teach our children how to love someone who is different from them, especially when it comes to religious differences.