“The Only White Muslim In The Village”

Discovering that a childhood friend was Muslim began David’s journey into Islam but as the destination got closer, he worried whether the people around him would accept him as “the only white Muslim in the village”.  If you have concerns or confusions that are keeping you back from converting to Islam, email Overcome TV or send a YouTube message. […]

Muslim Convert: Salat And A Little Bit Of Chocolate And Life Looks A Lot Better

Growing up in the South, Mujahid was introduced to Islam in the most unexpected of ways – a movie starring Charlton Heston. Watch on to see how God guided him and helped him overcome. If you have concerns or confusions that are keeping you back from converting to Islam, email Overcome TV or send a YouTube message. Resources […]

Muslim Convert: Betraying A Parent by Becoming Muslim?

When adopting the faith of one parent seems like you’re betraying the other. Whilst Leanna was searching for the truth, she was reunited with her biological father who turned out to be Muslim. But embracing his faith would mean that she’d betrayed the woman who raised her. Watch on to see how God guided her […]

Imam Khalid Latif On Faith, Fear And Getting Stopped By Airport Security

Imam Khalid Latif is one of the people profiled in The Secret Life of Muslims, a digital series about Islamophobia. He is also the first Muslim chaplain at New York University. Our thanks to NPR’s Fresh Air for this interview. TERRY GROSS, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. I’m Terry Gross. My guest is the second […]

On Mosques, Companionship, & Knowledge: Zackary King in conversation

When Zackary King decided to become Muslim after three long years of contemplation, he did it alone in his room. The time that followed, he compared to being at a track meet. There was a general sense of belonging, yet a very deep, painful sense of individuality, to the point of loneliness. However, after a longtime […]

How Muslim Scholars Contributed To Mental Health Care, by Dr Rania Awaad

Join The Mindful Muslim Podcast’s Meanha and her special guest Dr Rania Awaad as they explore the Islamic history of psychology and the works of early Muslim scholars which is only now being rediscovered. Islamic psychology or Ilm al-Nafs, (the science of “the self” or “psyche”), refers to the medical and philosophical study of the psyche […]

Muslim Convert from Buddhism: How fast can a prayer be answered?

Yuanxin from China used to be a Buddhist but Buddhism was not what she turned to when she had a health crisis. She eventually converted to Islam when she was 35 years old, and it was a simple prayer that changed her course. Watch on to learn more about Yuanxin’s conversion to Islam on OvercomeTV. If […]

Muslim Convert: I asked the Priest to Forgive Me…

Very few converts accept Islam straight away. The rest go through a spiritual turbulence as they come to terms with the big decision that lies ahead. If that describes you, then you’ll be comforted to know that you’re not alone. Watch this short interview with Ala, a Muslim convert, in which she talks about her […]

Muslim Convert: "I saw something greater happening"

Are you attracted to Islam, but have something holding you back? Abdullah, a Muslim convert, once felt the same way. But he overcame. You don’t choose much of your past, but you do choose your future. Self-development begins where your comfort zone ends. And true self-development begins by embracing truth when it comes your way. […]

Diffused Congruence In Conversation With Nader Khan

Diffused Congruence’s latest podcast episode features one of our favourite Muslim singers/songwriters Nader Khan, who speaks about his life journey, how he ended up choosing the path that he did, and what new projects he has coming up. Also, hear co-host Zaki Hasan discuss his trip to Washington DC for the Eid-al-Fitr reception at the White House, […]