Middle Eastern Evangelism

The Goal of Middle Eastern Evangelism is to share the Apostolic Truth with the 6 million Middle Eastern Americans who live in North America. This ministry trains, assists, and equips others to reach Middle Eastern Americans throughout the United States and those from the Middle East living in other parts of North America.

Statistics
  • There are over 6 million Muslims in the US.
  • More Muslims have converted to Christianity in the last 30 years than in the previous 1000 years.
  • Trinitarians are trying to reach Muslims with their version of the gospel. There are 4 Iranian (Farsi speaking) charismatic churches in Los Angeles alone.
  • Many Apostolic ministers around the country have realized the need to reach out to the Middle Eastern Community, and the number of Apostolics with Middle Eastern backgrounds has increased exponentially.

How You Can Be Involved

  • Would you like to reach out to the Middle Eastern members of your community?
  • Are you near a college campus with a large Middle Eastern population?  Why not mobilize your church to reach out?
The Middle Eastern Evangelism Ministry can empower you for these causes.  We can provide special insight concerning cultural practices, religious traditions, and methods for creating connections.  We will help you learn to minister to Middle Easterners; simply contact us and we will supply you with helpful information.

 

Resources
We have written tracts in Farsi (Persian) and Arabic, which are available by contacting us.  Additionally, Rev. Farhad Majdi has authored The Handbook of Ministry to Muslims for Apostolic Pentecostals, which can help you effectively evangelize the Muslim community in your area.

Remember that you can access tracts at any time in almost any language at GlobalTracts.com

 

Contact Information
don-hanscombDonald D. Hanscom, Sr.
314-837-7300
dhanscom@upci.org

Contact the Ministry Director

Multicultural Ministries of the United Pentecostal Church resources evangelism towards the numerous cultures represented in the United States and Canada.

Multicultural Ministries of the United Pentecostal Church   |   Don D. Hanscom, Director   |   dhanscom@upci.org
Brocc Chavis, Multicultural Ministries Director-Elect  |  bchavis@upci.org