Posted on April 23, 2021
Ramadan started on April 13 and Muslims worldwide began a 30-day fast for Muslims worldwide. Islam expects its followers to observe this holy month every year and use this time to focus on their moral, religious and relational aspects of their lives. Many Muslims are rising early to eat before sunrise then abstaining from food and fluids until sunset throughout Ramadan. To coincide with Ramadan, Christians worldwide are uniting across denominations to pray for God’s grace to impact Muslims. We commend a valuable prayer resource called 30 DAYS OF PRAYER, designed to inspire and educate Christians and local church prayer groups in the practice of daily prayer. Join Host Greg Kelley as he interviews Sean Furlong, Director of World Prayer Guides, providing guides for Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and Sikhs throughout the year. Last year, just under one million guides were distributed globally in 30 languages and 40 nations.