Islam is a fast growing religion in the Republic of Chad. This constitutes a serious challenge to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The mission God gave to His church is to carry the Gospel to the entire world including Muslims. But the Republic of Chad has been largely unreached because of a lack of a strategy to share the Gospel with Muslims. Although there are several Adventist health and educational institutions used to establish contact with Muslims the Adventist Church still faces many difficulties in winning them to Christ. It is assumed that if the clergy and laity were trained and equipped in how to do Muslim evangelization, and a contextualized method was developed and implemented, Adventists would become more effective and efficient in witnessing to Muslims in the Republic of Chad.