MUSLIM WORLD PROJECT
“The trip encouraged me to learn from Muslims and show my love for them, which made the friendships mutual.” Jocelyn, UC San Diego
This 3-week project is designed to offer an introduction to Islam and a chance to encounter and engage nominal Muslims. During this project, you will build real friendships with Muslims that open the door for relationship and witness.
Our vision is to see students actively applying the truths of the Christian faith to the Muslim world context and committing their lives to serve God’s people and His purposes in the world.
Project Overview: 3 Weeks in Kyrgyzstan (Central Asia)
Meet nominal Muslims in a poor former Communist country. Teach conversational English to high school and college-aged students. Share your life and God’s love with students from many different Central Asian cultures.
Have you heard of Kyrgyzstan? This is a small country in the heart of the Asian continent, at the foot of the beautiful Tien Shan mountains to the west of China. You’ll get a chance to meet and minister to different Central Asian people groups: Kyrgyz, Kazakhs, Uzbeks, Russian, Uighurs, and a number of Chinese and Koreans too! Many of them are cultural (non-practicing) Muslims.
You can read up on the beautiful country of Kyrgyzstan on Wikipedia.
Cost: Estimated US$2,800, including flights, room, board and transport