- Start islamic classes or book club's in the home; spreading the teaching's of Islam to neighbour's and friend's
- Offer tasty meal's to neighbour's (or family, if you are a revert) with a card mentioning hadith, ayah's of The Quran or an inspirational quote from a trusted scholar
- Start a blog or website and post islamic information and reminder's
- Supporting, helping and encouraging your husband to continue dawah work
- Create a support group for revert sister's in the mosque or islamic centre
- Start an SMS/Email/Facebook network to share useful reminder's
- When out in public, act as a Muslim should. Don't tell them you're a Muslim, show them. You may want to research characteristic's and manner's of a Muslimah or read The Ideal Muslimah first.
- Have patience and listen. Especially if you are a revert yourself you know how long your personal journey took so take it easy on other's inshAllah.
Hand out dawah leaflet's and booklet's via iERA, One Reason Dawah gift box, IPCI or The Dawah Package at the women's gym, to parent's on the school playground...or even leave a few on the bus/train for people to stumble upon
- Continue dawah if you are blessed to witness a person revert. Reverting is not the end of the road for them, it is actually a crucial part, the beginning of a new chapter in their life so do not leave them hanging thinking they can teach themselves now. They are not just a number, fear Allah SWT and keep in contact with them.
- Watch YouTube Video's to improve your dawah skill's
To read more tip's, make sure to download the free PDF by Umm 'Eesaa here.