Thursday evening’s event will begin at 6:00p.m. and Friday morning’s at 9:00a.m. Both will take place in Heritage Hall.
God is moving in the Muslim world, but he is also bringing many Muslims from their world into ours. As immigrants, international students, and refugees, Muslim people are coming to America and we must be ready to respond well as their new neighbors.
The Jenkins Center is pleased to host Timothy and Miriam Harris to help us think biblically about engaging our new Muslim neighbors in a Christlike manner. Join us at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Heritage Hall on September 23–24, 2021, to hear about the Jesus way of outreach to Muslim peoples through grace and truth. Mediterranean will be provided for dinner at Thursday evening’s event (6–8p.m.) and breakfast on Friday morning (9–11a.m.).
Timothy and Miriam Harris (pseudonyms) served in pastoral roles in churches for over 25 years. In 2006, God put Muslim people deeply on their hearts. Their ministry shifted to reach out with the gospel to Muslim people in their area and also to travel to the Middle East to help refugees. Timothy and Miriam speak in churches everywhere to educate, equip, and energize Christians to gain God’s heart for Muslim people and reach out to them with the love of Jesus—where they live or overseas among unreached Muslim people groups.
We will be resuming Tea Time in Fall of 2021 and look forward to seeing you all once again on Tuesdays and Thursdays after chapel!