Crescent Project Radio is a podcast about God's miraculous movement in the Muslim world. Through testimonies from former Muslims and interviews with ministry leaders, authors, experts, and ordinary Christians following Jesus' call to the lost, we hope to inspire and equip the body of Christ to effectively share the hope of Christ with Muslims.
Medical Missions in the Muslim World - Part 1
Listen as Dr. Nicholas Comninellis, founder and dean of the Institute for International Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri, discusses his journey in medical missions and how the medical field opens doors to the Islamic world.
Developing Ministry Trailblazers: Crescent Project's Virtual Internship
Through Crescent Project's new, virtual internship program, we seek to raise up leaders who can effectively minister to Muslims and rally other Christians to join them. Listen as internship director, Thomas Messick, and fall 2021 intern Cristina share their perspectives on the vision and impact of the program.
Being Courageous Witnesses to Muslims - Part 2
Listen as Karen Bejjani, co-founder of iHope Ministries, talks about her journey as an American Christian from unawareness to fear of Muslims to love and shares some practical insights on ministering to Muslim women. You can learn more about her ministry at www.ihopeministries.org.
Being Courageous Witnesses to Muslims - Part 1
Description: Born and raised in an Arab Christian family in the Muslim world, Renod Bejjani, co-founder of iHope Ministries, faced opposition and persecution for being vocal about his faith from an early age. Listen as he shares his incredible journey of learning to forgive, love, and effectively share the Gospel with Muslims. You can learn more about his ministry at www.ihopeministries.org.
Uncharted Mission: Going to New Frontiers in the Muslim World
Listen in on Rashidah's inspiring conversation with missions mobilizer and sending consultant DC Keane, who helped recruit 900 missionaries to the Muslim world in his 11 years as mobilization director for Frontiers USA . His new book explores the history of Frontiers, as well as insights from 100 interviews of missionaries on how God calls people to long-term service overseas. You can find his book at missionbooks.org.
Simon's Story: Leaving Boko Haram to Follow Jesus - Part 2
Embassy volunteer Ken asked God to send him one person online who really wanted to hear the Gospel. Listen as he shares the incredible answer to that prayer through a divine appointment with a young African Muslim who secretly had questions about Jesus. . . and who was also a military leader in the Islamic militant group Boko Haram.
This is an amazing podcast. My only concern is that they don’t do enough. I wish they could do at least two a week.
One of My Favorites!
I have listened to so many of these podcasts! I have learned so much about Muslims coming to Christ through your show. I have a real heart for Muslim women especially and a love of Jesus I want to share with them. This is a wonderful resource for me! Thank you!
You’re knowledge of the Quran is weak
You may not be a Muslim and may be just a follower of Christ but that’s not to say Muslims are just told about vengeance and have a scripture of following things in this book. Islam recognizes the Bible & the Torah. Muslims believe the Bible has been touch by mankind and changed. The Quran still has Gods words in its raw form. The Quran is written as a transcript of how to live your life to be a good Muslim as a Christian was before and a Jew before them as well. The stories of prophet Jesus, prophet Moses, peace be upon them, and other followers of God are all followed and recognized and celebrated today. Please be cautious when trying to explain other religions when you’re not knowledgeable. There’s extremists in every religion. Afghanistan has been extremely unlucky and have battled with these extremists. These people in war for the name of jihad are not following Islam. Even churches are a place of worship for Islam because Christians follow the same God, which is Allah in Arabic.