Born and raised in the war zone of Beirut, Fouad has a passion for sharing the love of Christ with Muslims. He is founder of Crescent Project. He has trained nearly 11,000 North American Christians to sensitively and purposefully share their faith with Muslims through both the Bridges Seminar and Sahara Challenge training programs. He has served as a guest instructor at several universities and Christian ministries. He is producer of the DVD Study, Bridges: Christians Connecting with Muslims and the author of Is the Injeel Corrupted? He holds a bachelor's degree in Mass Communication and an M.A. in Islamic Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary.
Vice President and Middle East Director for e3 Partners, Tom is a longtime pastor and missionary to the Middle East serving for many years in numerous Islamic nations. A gifted storyteller, Tom brings God's astounding work in these nations to light. Whether in his books, on television (FOX News, The 700 Club), on the radio (Focus on the Family, Janet Parshall Live), at conferences (Epicenter, Passion), or in local churches, Tom shares fresh, compelling, and thought-provoking reports of God's activity. He is a much sought after speaker and the best selling author of seven books including Dreams and Visions, and Killing Christians.
Dr. Nabeel Qureshi
Dr. Nabeel Qureshi is a global speaker and New York Times best-selling author of three books including Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus; Answering Jihad: A Better Way Forward and No God But One: Allah or Jesus. A former devout Pakistani Muslim, Qureshi has lectured at more than 100 universities and been featured in countless media outlets onscreen and in print. He has participated in 18 moderated public debates around North America, Europe and Asia. In addition to his two master's degrees, Qureshi earned a medical doctorate (MD) from Eastern Virginia Medical School and is completing a PhD at Oxford University
Is the Injeel Corrupted?
Can the present-day Injeel be trusted? Should Muslims read and follow its teachings? By addressing the theological, logical and historical proofs for the New Testament's credibility, Fouad Masri's new 65-page book answers these questions in a way that is relevant to the Muslim heart and mind.
Bridges teaches how to use similar concepts in Christianity and Islam as a bridge to understanding and open hearts. The study, designed to be done with a small group, allows you to gain biblical insight into Islamic history and Muslim beliefs, while providing useful next steps and stories that help you put the teaching into practice.
Muslims are our coworkers, neighbors and friends. But Christians don't always know how to build relationships with Muslims.
Fouad Masri provides practical ways for Christians to develop relationships with Muslims and addresses seven common questions that Muslims ask about Jesus and the Christian faith, providing sensitive answers that winsomely guide Muslims to Jesus without arguing or awkward debating.
Across the Muslim world, it is common to believe that Christians worship three gods. Is this accusation unfounded? What does the Injeel teach about the God Christians say is Father, and Son and Holy Spirit? Investigate these claims and uncover one of the mysteries of the Christian faith.
Too often, Christians are hesitant to speak with Muslims, much less build real relationships. This guide will help you start friendships with Muslims, deepen them, and create opportunities to share the hope of Jesus Christ.
Are you ready to creatively engage the Muslims around you?
Muslims around the world annually celebrate the feast of Al-Adha, also known as the "Feast of Sacrifice", commemorating the event recorded in the Quran in Surat Al-Saffat (37):99-111. Adha in the Injeel is a booklet written for Muslims explaining salvation through Christ's death and resurrection by using the Islamic story of the Adha as an illustration of how Christ is our Adha.
Muslims are told they must believe in the Injeel - the Book of Jesus - but many don't have access to it and have never read it. This parallel English-Arabic edition is a great introduction to the message of Isa al-Masih, Jesus the Messiah.
When Injeel Barnaba appeared, many Islamic teachers trusted it as the only reliable record of Jesus’ life. But is it historically accurate? Does it support both the Bible and the Qur'an? Can we trust the author of Injeel Barnaba? Is Injeel Barnaba True? unveils Fouad Masri's research on the historical credibility of Injeel Barnaba.
Islam teaches that Muhammad is the greatest prophet. Some Muslims claim that his coming was prophesied in the Bible. While many Christians respect Muhammad and the position of Muslims, they claim the Bible never mentions the prophet or his coming. Join Fouad Masri as he investigates the question, "What does the Injeel say about the prophet of Islam?"
Islamic leaders across the Muslim world teach that Jesus did not die on the cross; to have done so would degrade Jesus as one of the greatest prophets. Did Jesus die on the cross? What if the Romans crucified the wrong person? Explore the research with Fouad Masri to discover if Christians have been deceived.
Who is Jesus, son of Mary? Is he God? Christians revere Jesus as the Son of God and believe he is the Savior. Muslims also respect Jesus, but as a prophet equal to Moses, Abraham and David. But was Jesus more than a prophet? Or are Christians deceived? Who is Jesus Son of Mary? presents Fouad Masri's search for the truth on Jesus, Son of Mary.
After our Bridges small group study, the next best option is to do our Bridges Study Online, which meets you where you are, at your convenience and at your pace. Designed for individuals, this format provides the greatest flexibility and efficiency.
This book acquaints the reader with the differences between Islam and Christianity. It highlights the similarities between Muslim and Biblical worldviews. Masri expands on ways that Christians can sensitively and effectively represent Christ to Muslims.
Designed to help Christian women understand and move towards Muslim women, this regional conference is a powerful training experience that leaves women better equipped to build friendships and sensitively share their faith.