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FFM Day of Prayer for the Muslim Word

LMT & Partners Event

Date / February 13, 2021 (Saturday)

Location / Online /From 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM (EST)


There will be no in-person meeting for this upcoming Day of Prayer. 

Please make sure that you register to get a Zoom link.

Registration link:

FFM Day of Prayer Registration

About the afternoon training:

Making sense of Honour-Shame Cultures

In missiology in recent years, much has been said about cultures that emphasize honour and shame over guilt and innocence, both in terms of how we should minister to people from these cultures and of the role of honour and shame in the Bible. What is an Honour/Shame worldview, and is it really all that different from a Western perspective? What are the implications for cross-cultural ministry to our Muslim friends and for biblical interpretation?

About the afternoon speaker:

Reverend CY Yan can be best described as a "missionary-pastor." He currently serves as Director for Connections East Asia at OMF Canada - a mission that traces its origin to China Inland Mission, which was founded by Hudson Taylor in 1865.  In this capacity, he seeks to come alongside of East Asian diasporas across the country, help build indigenous biblical church movements in their midst, and see them become missionary sending forces. CY is still serving as a part-time pastor in the English congregation of a grass-root church in downtown Toronto.  He spent most of his Sunday mornings speaking as an itinerant preacher in various churches.

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No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion.

Nelson Mandela

You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength and all your mind. And your neighbor as yourself.