"When a Muslim comes to Christ, his entire life changes."
Islam is more than a religion it's a lifestyle. Being a Muslim affects how you greet people, what you drink, what you wear, how you respond to other genders and above all, how you relate to others. On top of that, if you become a Christian, you've essentially betrayed your family and your country. So when a Muslim comes to Christ, his entire life changes.
That's why, for a Muslim who wants to know more about Christ, it's not always enough to hear the Gospel. He needs somebody to help him from the moment he struggles with the Good News to the moment he accepts Christ and even to the moment he begins to experience persecution. In sharing Jesus with another Muslim, I never imagined someone would come to Christ through me. I am so thankful and overjoyed to be used by God in this way.
Even in the most moderate Muslim country, there are always consequences of choosing to follow Christ. In that journey, there are ups and downs. There is trust and joy, but also disappointment. There is eternal life and the weight of death. It's not just about giving somebody a flyer and saying, "Good luck." Muslims who decide to leave Islam to follow Jesus need somebody to walk with them and that's the heart of follow-up.