New series offers spiritual answers as Ramadan begins

By April 8, 2021

International (MNN) — God is moving mightily in the Muslim world, and Ramadan is the perfect time for Him to show up. Each year during this Islamic holy month, Muslims worldwide fast from sunrise to sunset and intently study the Quran. More Ramadan headlines here.

“People [are] searching for the answers, searching for a different life, or searching for a God that will answer your prayers,” Uncharted Ministries’ Josh Doyle says.

“We’re praying that God will show up in dreams, visions, and show Muslims that He is the true Messiah.”

Uncharted just launched Season Two of its I Found the Truth series. Each episode spotlights believers who left Islam to follow Christ. “We had people share their stories; people from all around the world,” Doyle, who spearheads the project, explains.

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“[Episodes feature] two brothers from Baghdad, a girl from Jordan; we’ve got a guy from Iran who was involved in the Iranian Revolution.”

Uncharted released the first two episodes of Season Two last week. Watch them here. “What we’re going to do is release two films every two months,” Doyle explains. A few faces may be familiar from Season One.

“We’ve taken the stories from Season One and found some things that we liked, and some things we wanted to add.”

Last year, the premier of I Found the Truth Season One during Ramadan led to countless Gospel conversations online. “We [had] 2,000 visitors a day to our website when it first launched; we were getting messages from Muslims all around the world,” Doyle says.

“The Lord has created a space where Muslims feel comfortable to have conversations that they may not get anywhere else.”

Many questions center around believers’ genuine hope and joy. “They wanted to know what everlasting peace feels like. It’s a great bridge to share the Gospel,” Doyle says.

Pray I Found the Truth Season Two serves as a catalyst for Muslims worldwide to find Christ.

“We’re praying that God would show up mightily during Ramadan and that many Muslims would have dreams, visions,” Doyle says of the Uncharted team.

“[Pray] they would experience God; maybe they’d hear somebody in the streets talking about a man named Jesus, or whatever that encounter would be.”



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