Camel II & other Resources for Ministry to Muslims


The global tide is turning:
— from Islam spreading steadily into Christian lands,
— to movements of Muslims embracing the God and Jesus of the Bible.

One important factor in many of these movements is “Quranic Bridging”—using portions of the book Muslims currently trust to point them to the Old and New Testament.

Another promising development is increasing understanding that the Gospel places more emphasis on Honor and Shame than on Innocence and Guilt. We can expect to see significantly more fruit as we discover our own theological blind spots and adapt our Gospel presentations for cultures that resonate with the Bible’s own emphasis on removing our shame and restoring the honor for which God designed us.

Learn more of what God is doing through these three issues of Mission Frontiers which Mission Network helped orchestrate:

Mission Network has limited quantities of each of these issues available for ministry use on an optional donation basis.

Also see David Garrison’s April 2014 article in Christianity Today:
Why Muslims are Becoming the Best Evangelists.

Here is a great column detailing the factors which often influence Muslims to follow Jesus: “How are Muslims Coming to Christ?

And here is the best material I have run across regarding
Implications of the differences between Christian and Muslim beliefs

Camel II

Camel II is a refinement of the original Camel Method by Kevin Greeson, to lead Muslims from the Qur’an to the Bible, and to the God and Jesus of the Bible, and then equip these new believers to lead other Muslims to Christ in a movement.

Kevin said during the training:

The Camel Method is to lead Muslims to the Bible, and the Jesus and God of the Bible. If it doesn’t, the method is being misused.

Audio recording by one of the participants (with local table discussion).


These materials were given as preparation for the Camel II training:

  1. Listen to David Garrison’s 33 minute presentation:
    “A Wind in the House of Islam”
  2. Listen to this 7 minute “Prophets’ Story” video for Muslims
  3. Read this study of the Arabic word “Mutawaffika.”
  4. Read in the Wahiduddin Khan translation these verses/passages of the Qur’an:
    3:42–55, 3:144, 4:157, 5:46, 5:117, 10:94, 37:100–113, 19:33, and 46:9.
    For your reference, these are available in two forms, both from the Wahiduddin Khan English translation:
    • Just the portions listed (highlighted)
    • The Full Qur’an

Materials Distributed in the Training

Supplemental Materials Referenced