Evangelizing Muslims and Making Disciples of Muslim Converts

I wanted to pass along some information about an upcoming conference in Louisville.

You can go here – http://www.ibclouisville.org/conference – to see online information and registration for the Conference. The conference is being hosted at Immanuel Baptist Church – in downtown Louisville

I believe this Conference could be a great help to any student or churchman that is interested in learning about evangelizing Muslims. I believe it will also be helpful for pastors and leaders who are seeking to think and act biblically in reaching Muslims.

Our hope is that many Christians and churches will attend this conference. We hope that many commit to partnering in the work of the Gospel towards Muslims both locally and globally.

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4 Responses to Evangelizing Muslims and Making Disciples of Muslim Converts

  1. Looks really interesting. Might be a bit of a drive from Orlando. Any books that might be useful on this topic?

    Stan McCullarss last blog post..ESV "the the biggest milestone in Bible translation in certainly the last half century at least, and perhaps more"? Are you kidding me?

  2. I would recommend Norman Geisler and Abdul Saleeb’s book Answering Islam: The Crescent in the Light of the Cross

    Terry Delaneys last blog post..Published!

  3. Terry, I appreciate the tip but I already have that one and agree that it is a good recommendation. Any books other than that one? Must haves?

    Thanks.

    Stan McCullarss last blog post..ESV "the the biggest milestone in Bible translation in certainly the last half century at least, and perhaps more"? Are you kidding me?

  4. Cassandra says:

    I was privileged to hear Mr. Houssney speak at a Horizons conference in Dearborn, MI in 2007. I have sat through classes at SBTS, and attended countless sessions with an affiliated sending organization, and this was by far the best training I ever received. Aside from being a great speaker, telling stories from his many experiences, and being totally dedicated to the Lord’s service, he keeps the Word and its principles central.

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