Join millions of Christians worldwide in prayer

April 24 - May 23, 2020

30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World

Prayer Guide

Join together with millions of Christians this April and May for 30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World! Get a prayer guide, tell your friends, and help us bring 30 Days to more churches, small groups and families.

This illustrated prayer guide contains daily readings that focus on various topics, people groups and geographical areas of the Islamic world; each day’s subject focus is followed by prayer points. It also features informative background articles and resources for involvement.

Adult Guide available in English and Simple Chinese.


In this download pack, you will find images, announcement slides, articles and more, to help you promote this resource in your church.

We will not impact Muslims through our theological arguments or political manipulation... but we will through prayer. 30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World is a remarkable global effort to focus millions of Christians on prayer for Muslims.
I have been using this prayer focus in both English and Dutch for many years. This is a wonderful way to meet the real world of Islam and to connect them to the throne of God.

About 30 Days

The 30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World is an international movement that began in 1993. It calls the church to make a deliberate but respectful effort to learn about, pray for and reach out to our world’s Muslim neighbors. It coincides annually with the important Islamic month of religious observation — Ramadan, a time of the year when Muslims are much more deeply aware of spiritual matters.

Why Pray for Muslims?

Because every Muslim is unique and wonderful in God’s eyes, it’s important to have a right heart attitude concerning them.

Every Muslim is someone whom God loves, and one for whom Christ died. And this is why we are praying: because Jesus shed His blood.

“Worthy are You… for You were slain, and purchased for God with Your blood men from everytribe and tongue and people and nation.” (Rev. 5:9)