Building Bridges Through Media

Jesus Film Project shares this story from southeast Asia: Tiffany was pretty sure the director of the girls’ school, which adheres to the dominant religion in the area, didn’t like her. But as the in-country contact for Jesus Film Project® teams in her region, Tiffany worked hard to build bridges with leaders in the community. One day, to her surprise, she …

Connecting Through Film: Nightwatch

Jesus Film Project reports a new story from Southeast Asia: The language barrier made engaging in a spiritual conversation difficult. Peter, a Jesus Film Mission Trips® staff member, met Abdul (name changed for security), a 25-year-old Muslim, in a remote seaside village in Southeast Asia. Although Abdul had recently graduated from a local university with an English degree, his conversational English was …

Prepare for Eid-al-Adha!

As explained by one of our partners: This month, over a billion Muslims  all across the globe will be sacrificing animals in the hopes of gaining favor and forgiveness from Allah.  They don’t know that the ultimate sacrifice has already been made through Jesus, but this season is a prime opportunity for you to connect with and help Muslims understand God’s …

SE Asia: “JESUS” Changed Lives in a Restaurant

A story from Jesus Film Project: “A Southeast Asian Campus Crusade for Christ® staff member visited a restaurant where, unbeknownst to him, the owner had been showing the JESUS film for several years. The owner said approximately 30 people—including some from the dominant religion—had come to Christ as a result of watching the film in their heart language. Despite the …

Seafarers Reaching Out

Request from the Peoples Connection Fall Prayer Guide: Pray for the Seafarers’ Friendship Centers. These Centers reach out to seamen at various ports throughout North America. Pray for the staff and volunteers who minister to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of seamen. Pray for creative ways to use multi-language JESUS DVDs. Pray for many Southeast Asian seamen to receive a free copy of the DVD in their language, watch …

Wish Your Muslim Friends a Happy New Year!

This weekend around the world, Muslims will celebrate Islamic New Year. Some countries set the date astronomically, while others wait to observe local sightings of the moon.  This is not to be confused with Nowruz (springtime Persian New Year) which is based on a solar calendar rather than a lunar one.  Some Muslim-Americans will choose to fast and pray during this month, though it …