About Us

About Us

30 Days of Prayer is an international movement of Intercession for the Muslim world.  Our mission is to mobilise the church to pray!

How Did 30-Days Get Started?

Imagine a prayer meeting with just a handful of people. Imagine the same prayer meeting some years later which drew millions of people to pray for the Muslim world. 30-Days of Prayer for the Muslim World is this prayer meeting!
The origin of this call to prayer and fasting for the Muslim world came about as a group of Christian leaders were praying about the Islamic world during a meeting in the Middle East in April 1992. God put a burden on the hearts of these men and women to call as many Christians as possible to pray for the Muslim world.

How Big is the Prayer Project, How Many People Or Countries Are Involved?

Today this event draws Christians worldwide to a united, global prayer meeting. The 30-Days of Prayer for the Muslim World prayer guide is produced in many languages each Ramadan and distributed from regional offices around the world. Millions of Christians have joined together in prayer, across denominations, languages and cultures to pray for the Muslim world since we began. As a result, a wave of mission mobilisation and Muslim mission awareness is occurring across the globe.

Why Ramadan?

This prayer event is planned to coincide with the Islamic month of Ramadan so that we, the Body of Christ, would get God’s heart for the Muslim world.
Ramadan is a great way to “pin” a prayer movement on something Christians can understand and relate to (literally a calendar month called Ramadan). When Christians hear in the media that Ramadan is coming, it reminds them to pray.
We have seen that Christians take the prayer more seriously as they see their Muslim neighbors fasting and active during Ramadan. Spiritually Christians can relate to Muslims better and pray and fast for the Muslim world because they are praying during Ramadan. Ramadan also gives Christians a good opportunity to make friends with Muslim neighbors.

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