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Michelle Qureshi Vows to Continue Her Late Husband Nabeel's Ministry

Michelle Qureshi Vows to Continue Her Late Husband Nabeel's Ministry

Michelle Qureshi is continuing the ministry of her late husband, apologist and New York Times best-selling author, Nabeel Qureshi. | (Screenbrab/You Tube/NQMinistries)

The wife of the late Christian apologist and best-selling author Nabeel Qureshi has vowed to continue her late husband's online ministry.

Nearly three weeks removed from her 34-year-old husband's death, Michelle Qureshi took to her husband's video blog and social media pages to announce that she plans to continue the ministry that he left behind.

Nabeel Qureshi, who was diagnosed with stomach cancer last August and died on Sept. 16, launched an online ministry and began producing video blogs following his diagnosis last summer.

In the video blogs, Qureshi discussed Scripture and updated people on his battle with cancer. Considering that Qureshi was no longer working with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, he launched a Patreon account to help crowdfund the ministry and earn an income.

Although Qureshi, a former Muslim who authored Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus and No God But One, is no longer around to share the Gospel, his wife believes that the ministry must go on.

"[One] thing that he doesn't have to strive for or work for [anymore] ... is sharing the Gospel because everyone in Heaven is seeing Jesus face-to-face. But then that leaves us here," Qureshi said in a YouTube video. "We are still here. People still need to hear the Gospel. Ministry still needs to continue."

"In this video, my main point to you is to let you know that I am committed to ensuring the continuation of Nabeel's ministry," she added. "I don't know exactly what that is going to look like but we are going to take his resources and put those online in video form and share them through the social media and the websites that he had opened previously — Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Patreon."

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