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The Fight for Peace

World Challenge Staff
April 6, 2021

God is moving in tremendous ways in Central Asia, but new believers are finding themselves at odds with the younger generation.

One of the challenges our partners face in parts of Kyrgyzstan is the growth of Islam, especially among the younger generation. In some areas, teens and young adults are expected to recite parts of the Quran before they’re allowed into one popular fast-food restaurant.

Christ’s Love in the Middle East

Rachel Chimits
March 9, 2021

A young man in Turkey shares how he went from a faithful Muslim to a Christian along with his entire family.

World Challenge supports church leaders in the Middle East, several of whom work with refugees from Syria. Around 600 of these Muslims have come to Christ and are now founding house churches throughout Turkey and Greece. One young man shared about his journey to Christ with us.

Fueled by Passion and the Call

Keith Holloway
April 16, 2020

Ministers and the church in Egypt are working tirelessly to reach their people, despite a challenging Muslim culture.

Egypt is the most populous country in the Arab world and the second-most densely populated nation on the African continent, and nearly all of the country's people are packed into the cities of Cairo and Alexandria.

A River Versus a Stone

World Challenge Staff
August 19, 2019

Merushe didn’t want to go to some Christian church. She’d been a Muslim all her life, and she’d die a Muslim.

There was just one little problem: the church had children services with skits and stories from their Bible, and her darling granddaughter loved it.

What was a poor Muslim grandmother to do?

She’d endure anything for her sweet mbesë, even these Christians.