Live Zoom forums and self-study options
1. LTC Face-to-Face on Zoom
Don and Gail host a live 90-minute Zoom question and answer sessions on the fourth Thursday of every month from 9:00-10.30 am Eastern Time (New York).
Join us and our special guests who share their valuable life and ministry experiences, and enjoy the freedom to ask any and all of your questions about Islam and ministry among Muslims! The audio recording is then edited to ensure everyone's privacy and formatted for podcast for the wider public.
(please include your full name, what country/city you're in, and a bit about yourself!)
2. FREE: "Advancing the Impossible" Videos
In June 2015, in partnership with Life Challenge, Benjamin, Gail and Don gave a week’s worth of lectures in Nairobi, Kenya. You can access and watch these lectures in whatever order you like at your own pace. There are no required readings/assignments, but plenty of extra materials are included. Topics include:
1. Qur’an, Hadith and Shari’a
2. Islamic History
3. Islam in the 20th and 21st Centuries
4. Ministering to Muslims & Missionary History
5. Conversion, Discipleship and Church Planting
(please include your full name, what country/city you're in, and a bit about yourself)
Along with the help of other seasoned teachers and practitioners in ministry to Muslims, we serve Christians and missionaries serving in church planting and other ministries to Muslims globally.
Benjamin Hegeman has served in Benin, West Africa for about 30 years, and is fluent in Baatonu, French and Dutch.
Don Little served in Morocco for about 10 years, is fluent in French and functional in Moroccan Arabic. Following his time as church planter, he served for several years in mission leadership in Canada and has served as a missiologist since 2007.
Gail has served in a variety of diaspora ministries for more than 25 years among Muslims in Los Angeles, London, and Beirut.
We have been teaching courses on Islam and ministry to Muslim at Houghton College, Wesley Biblical Seminary and in several other colleges since 2005. Since 2015 we’ve served various ministry and seminary partners in East and West Africa.
“The world in which we live today is confronted with catastrophic changes unparalleled in human history and the Church is going to be tasked with discovering how to live side by side, step by step in harmony and yet with distinction, beside or alongside, a very aggressive and uniquely monotheistic faith. For these reasons and more I envision The Lilias Trotter Center helping the Church … as we seek to share Him with those who do not yet know and love Him.”
- David E. Dick,
VP at Large (and former International Director), One Mission Society