The Gospel changes everything and sometimes we just need to know how to share the Good News with others, especially if they come from a culture markedly different than what we experience here in the United States. God is bringing the mission field to our front door. How do we share Jesus with our Muslim neighbors? Join us to learn how and why this is a wonderful opportunity for believers in this country.
This hour we take a look at one of the oldest Christian communities in the world being systematically threatened. We will talk about the history of the Armenian people and why Armenia needs to be protected. We then hear from a former Muslim who is now a Christian journalist who has some very real concerns about the slow but steady erosion of the right to free speech. Join us for a global discussion designed to help us think biblically and critically.
Ayman S. Ibrahim (PhD, University of Haifa; PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is a professor of Islamic studies and the director of the Jenkins Center for the Christian Understanding of Islam at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of Conversion to Islam and Basics of Arabic
Rev. Dr. Haig Kherlopian is the pastor of AECNYC (Armenian Evangelical Church of New York). He attended American University and then recieved his M.Div in Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary. Then he earned his Doctor of Ministry-Christian Leadership in a Global Context from Alliance Theological Seminary. He received his calling into ministry at the end of his freshmen year of college. He has been preaching and teaching from the Bible for fifteen years.
Hedieh Mirahmadi was a devout Muslim for two decades working in the field of national security before she experienced the redemptive power of Jesus Christ and has a new passion for sharing the Gospel. She dedicates herself full-time to Resurrect Ministry, an online resource that harnesses the power of the Internet to make salvation through Christ available to people of all nations.