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The world of Islam is one of the most exciting but also most challenging mission fields in the world. Never in history have so many Muslims found a living faith in Jesus Christ as today. Unfortunately, many of these converts experience violence and marginalization from their family members and from their Islamic environment. Our employees also live under constant threat from extremists. The prayers and gifts of our mission friends make it possible that the work can go on and Muslims get to know Jesus Christ.


Our co-workers in the Islamic world depend on our prayers. You can make an important contribution to the mission among Muslims by praying specifically for our co-workers. Current concerns can be found on our website, in our prayer letters and at our events.


Share the concerns of Call of Hope in your community, home or prayer group, or with friends and relatives. You can do this, for example, by passing on our prayer letter, sharing the link to our website or inviting others to attend our events and mission lectures.


Take advantage of the opportunities that we offer to regularly find out about the latest developments among our employees. Our news here on the website, our email newsletter (in progress) and our detailed circulars in paper form are well suited for this. We are also happy to come to your church or home group for a missionary lecture.


If you would like to support our employees in the various countries of the Islamic world, or if you want to participate financially in one of our numerous projects, we would be very thankful. With your donation, you can help ensure that we can continue to reach many Muslims with the love of Jesus.

Invite Us for a Presentation:

As a Church

We will gladly share more about Call of Hope’s mission efforts all around the world with a presentation at your local church.

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Pray with Us for the Next 7 Days!

Day 1

Please pray for our evangelistic teams who are dedicated to this work despite difficult conditions.

Also pray for those who are risking their lives to share God’s grace in some of the toughest harvest fields in the world today.

“Therefore, the One whom you worship without knowing, Him I proclaim to you. God, who made the world and everything in it.” — Acts 17:23-24

Day 2

Please pray for the safety of our Christian brothers and sisters and for opportunities to share Jesus. Muslims coming to faith in Christ will calm the storm of the recent turmoil in the
Muslim world.

“You hear, O Lord, the desire of the afflicted; You encourage them, You listen to their cry.” — Psalm 10:17

Day 3

Please pray the Lord goes before our evangelistic teams and prepares hearts to hear the good news. Pray the Holy Spirit opens eyes, ears, and hearts to the love of God and that many will receive Jesus as their Savior and Lord.

“For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.” — John 3:16

Day 4

Please pray for former Muslims newly converted to faith in Jesus Christ. Pray the Lord keeps them and their families safe in the midst of persecution. Pray that they may grow in an intimate walk with the Lord.

“Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong.” — 1 Corinthians 16:13

Day 5

Please pray for our Bible distribution efforts, including among remote and unreached people groups. Pray for God’s protection and for many to turn to Jesus through His Word.

“Guide me in Your truth and teach me; for You are God my Savior, and my hope is in You all day long.” — Psalm 25:5

Day 6

Please pray for those who are imprisoned and suffering for their faith in Christ. Pray for endurance, for health, and for the salvation of guards and fellow prisoners.

“Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us, to Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.” — Ephesians 3:20-21

Day 7

Please pray for house churches where believers are threatened and attacked because they gather in the name of Jesus. Pray for God’s protection and for the Holy Spirit to move in many hearts.

“Peter replied, ‘Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.’”  — Acts 2:38

Short-Term Mission Trips with Call of Hope

Reaching Muslims for Christ worldwide is the primary mission of Call of Hope and has been for over 100 years.

Due to the sensitive nature of our work, coupled with inherent security precautions, the vast majority of our ministry is conducted by national or indigenous Christians, predominantly from a Muslim background themselves.

However, there are select opportunities in several of the countries in which we work.  Our co-workers in these countries welcome the involvement of short-term mission teams and see the fruit of their partnerships. In these countries, a short term mission team from your church can be recruited, trained and commissioned to serve for a week or two alongside one or more of our Call of Hope “front-line workers.”

A short term mission trip with Call of Hope provides a unique opportunity for your team to witness and experience up close, what God is currently doing to gather Muslims to Himself. Additionally, your team can participate in some of the day-to-day ministry operations in the country they visit.

Call of Hope is pleased to identify and suggest three nations that will provide a meaningful opportunity to participate in the ongoing ministry outreach to Muslims. These nations are safe for your team, and fruitful to the work of the Lord!


Historically, one of the most “gospel-open” nations in Africa, Ghana has a large population of Christians in the south. The northern part of Ghana however is predominately Muslims and provides a wonderful opportunity for Call of Hope “front-line workers” and short-term missionaries to reach out with the good news of Jesus Christ! Depending on the skills available on your team, they may be able to teach English classes, work in a carpentry shop, participate in a goat distribution and/or teach vocational skills to Ghanaian women. Ghana is a very safe, secure and welcoming country in which your team can serve!



A Middle Eastern nation located at the northern border of Israel, Lebanon has a large Christian population and is also a reasonably safe and secure country for short-term mission ventures! Lebanon has generously provided refugee sanctuary in recent years for Syrians fleeing the conflicts in their home country.  “Tent cities” have been established in Lebanon’s famous Bekaa Valley and many Syrians call those tent camps home. Call of Hope “front-line workers” are able to assist with humanitarian aid as well as share the Gospel with these stranded yet open Muslim families. Another largely un-reached population in Lebanon is the blind and disabled.  Call of Hope also has an active work among the blind and disabled in Lebanon.  Depending on the skill set of your team, they may be able to serve people in the Bekaa Valley and/or also work with blind and disabled people in Beirut, Lebanon’s capitol.



Call of Hope “front-line workers” have been connecting with Muslim populations in India for many years. The recent twin earthquakes in Nepal, India’s neighbor to the north, offered unique opportunities for Call of Hope “front-line workers” to engage with Muslims in northern India by distributing food, tents, medical help and of course Gospel literature to those affected by the disaster. Your short term mission team can serve under the leadership of one of our Call of Hope “front-line workers” to provide humanitarian aid, work with children, and present the Gospel in some of the most desperate slums of Delhi, India’s capitol and largest city.

We’re grateful for your interest in making the sacrifice to travel to the “front lines” of Muslim ministry and serve alongside our Call of Hope “front-line workers!” If you have any questions, discussion points or if you’re ready to move forward on trip planning, please contact: or leave a message in the box below:

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