If you’re in the D.C. area in March 31-April 1 and are interested in ministering to Muslims, check out“The Challenge of Islam to the Church, Mission and Society”. It is a seminar put on by Reformed Theological Seminary in D.C.

Here’s the schedule:
Friday, March 31
7:30pm- Welcome and Introduction of Series and Seminar
(Hugh Whelchel, Executive Director, RTS Washington DC)
7:45pm – “The Challenge of Islam to the Church”
(Rev. Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo, International Director, Barnabas Fund)
9:05pm – Questions and Discussion
9:25pm – Announcements and Closing Prayer (Hugh Whelchel)
9:30pm – End
Saturday, April 1
9:00am – Brief Introduction and Opening Prayer (Hugh Whelchel)
9:05am – Session I: “The Challenge of Islam to Christian Mission” (Rev. Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo)
10:15am – Break
10:30am – Session II: “The Challenge of Islam to Society and Culture”
11:25am – Questions and Discussion
11:40am – Announcements and Closing Prayer (Hugh Whelchel)
11:45am – End

[Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo] lectures nationally and internationally on Islamic issues, multicultural issues and race issues. He is the author/editor of ten books and numerous papers on these subject areas.