By Leila Fadel here was nothing to do but watch as the copper-domed building in the southern Texas oil town of Victoria burned down. The mosque where Abe Ajrami’s Beyoncé-loving daughter was feted with other high school graduates, the mosque where his children went to religion classes, … [Read More...]
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Specifically, we seek to be a resource for:
- Churches seeking to learn more about how to minister to Muslims
- Individuals who have personal contact with Muslims
By Leila Fadel Fashion designers. Community activists. Parents. Converts. High school students facing down bullies. Podcasters creating their own space to exhale. The newest generation of American Muslims is a mosaic, one of the most racially and ethnically diverse faith groups in the country. … [Read More...]
By Marilyn When my husband and I left what was supposed to be a three-year missions commitment in Pakistan after one year, we were angry, hurt, and deeply wounded. We didn’t leave Pakistan, but we did leave a missions community that I had been a part of since birth. This community had … [Read More...]