Christian - Muslim Interactions

A Simple, Staggering Question

from Shane's Muslim Connect

We’re building a set of mantras in our house, aphorisms that bundle up the ideas and values we want to guide our interactions as a family and how we follow Jesus. “Mess up, fess up,” for instance and “be grateful, not greedy.” 

That Tricky Trinity

from Shane's Muslim Connect

Have you ever tried to explain the Trinity to a Muslim? To a kid? To yourself? It’s a little tricky, isn’t it? 

Most of the go-to analogies fall apart sooner than we’d like. And the distance between “it’s like this. . .” and “it’s a mystery that can’t be fully explained” is shorter than I usually prefer. 

Here, however, is why it matters:

Photo Blog: Lessons from the Potter's House

"Like clay in the hand of the potter, so are you in my hand..."

What Are We Going to Do?

from Shane's Muslim Connect

Moving to What Matters Most

from Shane's Muslim Connect

Maybe like me, you love to befriend Muslims but struggle to talk about deep stuff. 

How do you turn a conversation toward spiritual things? 

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