We were featured in a national news story with the Religious News Service! It was an honor to have our work featured to show how a Muslim organization is working to better the lives of all Texans.
“Rep. Jacey Jetton, a Republican from nearby Fort Bend County, one of the most diverse districts in the state of Texas, began working with Minaret Foundation as a freshman legislator and has helped pass bills recognizing religious and cultural diversity in Texas.
“There is a verse in the Qur’an: ‘and do good, for God surely loves the doers of good,’” Ghani said. “I keep reminding myself about this because there are a lot of hurdles. As long as our intentions are good, to help children, to help people have freedom of worship, I believe we are walking in the path of God.
Kait Ewoldt, Minaret’s social media coordinator, is a Christian married to a minister. “You have these world religions that always seem to be at odds with each other, and we bring them together,” she said.“
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