Ramadan 2020

“No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws them; and I will raise them up at the last day.” John 6:44

April 24th marks the beginning of 30 days of prayer and fasting among Muslims. This is their holy month. It is a time to seek God and be with community. During this important religious time, we pray that many Muslims encounter the true God.

Ramadan 2020 will be remarkably different from all others in living memory, possibly in all history. Instead of the typical communal Ramadan experience, many will face this time under some level of quarantine. They will be forced out of their beloved traditions, facing uncertainty and fear. This unrest presents tremendous opportunity for Muslims to look to the source of true peace. We passionately pray they find the Lord of Peace and eternal freedom!

To focus our prayers, we will join with the 30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World initiative. Since the idea was first envisioned in 1992, believers around the world unite every year to pray for Muslims during the month of Ramadan.


The 10/10 initiative maintains focus on praying for 10% of Muslims to be saved. We also seek to partner with other prayer initiatives. Our open partnership with 30 days of Prayer for the Muslim World is one such example. All our posts during the 30 days of Ramadan are made with permission.

You may order a complete adult or children’s prayer guide through the site above. The guides are an excellent resource for families and communities.

Pray for Signs and Wonders

“and my message and my preaching were not in persuasive words of wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power, so that your faith would not rest on the wisdom of men, but on the power of God.” 1 Corinthians 2:4-5

Quote on Miracles Among Muslims

“The reports indicated that, depending on the region, a minimum of 50 percent (in the most extreme and violent Muslim areas) and a maximum of 70 percent of all the new churches planted among Muslims happened in part because of signs and wonders (typically miracles of healing and deliverance) that accelerated and facilitated the process of disciple making….. The clear conclusion for the workers in the field, regardless of their theological backgrounds or assumptions, is that God is moving dramatically and creatively to display His love and glory among Muslim peoples today.”-from the book Miraculous Movements by Jerry Trousdale

Story of Healing

“Paul was a Christian field worker in a large village in North India, managing a factory with about a dozen employees. One of Paul’s employees was an Muslim man named “Adam”, and he had a terrible crisis. You see Adam’s first child had died at birth because she had a hole in her heart, and now “Eve”, Adam’s wife, was pregnant with a second child. After the death of the first baby, doctors had advised that Eve would likely continue to have babies with this same defect. The community and their extended family believed the family was cursed. Adam hoped for the best, but about 8 .months into Eve’s second pregnancy, Eve began to bleed again (much like she had done with the other baby who had died) and Adam became desperate. Paul’s habit of discipleship in the workplace and his conspicuous spirituality gave him an opening to offer healing prayer for the unborn baby. Paul came to Adam’s home and specifically prayed that God would heal the baby in Jesus’ name.Miraculously, the baby was born healthy, without a doctor! Adam and Eve were overjoyed and credited the miracle to Jesus. Another miracle happened in that family shortly after that, and Adam and Eve began sharing broadly about what God had done, through Jesus, for their family. Later, Adam inquired of Paul about this Jesus who saved their baby, and Paul invited Adam and his wife to study the word of God and learn more about Jesus and his power to heal!”

Prayer Requests

  • Pray that Jesus’ followers would obediently and boldly “Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons” (Matthew 10:8)
  • Pray His servants would display “shameless audacity” (Luke 11:8)to persistently pray until God heals!
  • Pray that the miracles that occur would be recognized and the healed would give Glory to God (Luke 17:18)
  • Pray that the signs and wonders would continue to accelerate the church planting movement of God among cousins.