In Memoir of an Imam, Moussa Kone recounts his remarkable spiritual journey from a devout follower of Mohammed to a new follower of Jesus. Raised in the Muslim faith, with many relatives who are respected Imams, including his father and grandfather, Kone never considered the teachings of Jesus until he was stirred to seek greater assurance of his eternal destiny. He threw himself into a thorough study of the Koran, where he encountered passages about Jesus. Through several turbulent and supernatural events, he came to a place of faith in Christ. Read his extraordinary account in this volume.
One day I asked my father, a respected Imam, a question: If, this evening, you or I died, would we go to heaven?’ He replied: Son, I don’t know, and we cannot know before our deeds, good and evil, are weighed on the scale of deeds.’ Thus stirred by an ardent desire for certitude for the fate of my soul, I threw myself into a thorough study of both the Koran and the Bible, the results of which I recount in this book.”
Follow Moussa as he relates the turbulent and supernatural events that led to his meeting with Almighty God. His inspiring journey testifies to the extraordinary manner in which the Creator reveals Himself to each and every person who searches for Him sincerely and with all their heart.
Moussa Kone, son and grandson of an imam, father to many orphans and six children of his own, with his wife, Maïmouna, oversee their mission, La Bonne Voix, in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Moussa is frequently asked to run workshops abroad.