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Muslim Ministry Mentoring

Detailed information about 2020 Forum Mentoring is not yet available but will be posted in the future. Please review the information from the 2019 Forum for a look at the types of mentoring that may be available at the 2020 Forum.

The Church in Europe cannot afford to be a bystander when Europe and Islam sort out their future together. The Church in Europe is called to be an agent of change and transformation in a society estranged from God. With regard to the Muslims in Europe, Christians and churches are to be good neighbors to the Muslims that live in our countries, cities, neighborhoods and streets. How should Bible-believing Christians think about and communicate to Muslims?  

Do you want to explore ways in which Christians can both defend their faith and build relationships with Muslims? If you want to have a one-on-one conversation to learn more about ministry to Muslims or want to discuss issues and ideas in this regard with someone who is more experienced, you can sign up for Muslim Ministry Mentoring.
 
MUSLIM MINISTRY MENTORS 

Jay Smith has been working with Muslims for over 37 years, including 23 in London, England. Most of his time he spends travelling to numerous countries to teach Christian/Muslim apologetics and polemics, much of which he has learned from weekly forays to the world famous Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park, London. He has participated in over 80 dialogues and debates with Muslim polemicists. He is a visiting lecturer for the Oakhill College in London, the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, and the Wycliffe Hall, also in Oxford.  Since 2001, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA), as well as the Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) have used him to teach Islamics in the US and Europe. Jay has master’s degrees in divinity and Islamics, and a Phd in Christian/Muslim Apologetics/Polemics from the Melbourne School of Theology, Australia. He previously served as the international director for the Pfander Centre for Apologetics in London.

 

Hatun Tash lived in a Muslim country for 27 years but now lives in the UK. She studied various topics at university and has degrees in bank management and economy, law (basic human rights), maths and physics engineering, and philosophy. She also studied apologetics at the Oxford Centre for Apologetics in Oxford, England. Hatun is the director of DCCI Ministries. She lives an evangelist lifestyle and has a big burden to share the gospel and to see the church equipped. Beside engaging with Muslims at Speakers’ Corner and in mosques every week, she is involved in Christian-Muslim discussion, debates, and Bible studies, while also teaching and training Christians to be better witnesses for Christ.

 
 
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