Arab, Moroccan in Belgium

There are over a million Moroccan Arabs living in Europe and approximately 88,000 live in Belgium. The life of European Moroccan Arabs differs from those in Morocco. Socially, they do not identify themselves according to tribe, but rather by nationality. There is not the same religious pressure, and it is acceptable for women to have more liberties; however, Moroccan Arabs all find unity in their Arabic language and devotion to Islam.   

Problem Solvers

The problem facing evangelism to Muslims is spiritual, but we have confidence in that God can break through any spiritual barrier. Jumaa Prayer Fellowship is an intercessory fellowship consisting of over 60,000 people in 81 nations praying for Muslims.

To get involved, begin by signing up for weekly prayer requests on the Global Initiative website:

Sustainability // The Bigger Story

Muslims are the largest unreached people group consisting of 1.6 billion people, many of whom are immigrating to Europe. Randy Hurst states, “The Muslim world is coming to Europe, affording the church a unique opportunity to share Christ with multitudes of people who have family relationships in nations with limited or no access to outsiders.”

Read the full article here.

Partnership // Move Beyond

“This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us” (1 John 5:14, NIV).

  • As Muslims continue to come to Europe, pray that Christians will welcome them and share with them the love of God.
  • As churches and missionaries in Belgium reach out to Muslims, pray God softens the heart of Moroccan Arabs to the gospel.
  • Pray for a completed Bible in the Arabic, Moroccan language.

Interested in more opportunities? See the Wide Open Missions website.

Joshua HuverArab, Moroccan in Belgium