The Church in Egypt

The work of the Lord during this pivotal time in Egypt’s history is heavy on our hearts as a church. For this reason, the leaders of one of the main evangelical churches are dedicating ten days from June 14 through

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One hand: just a motto or a real possibility?

Christian-Muslim relations are marked by tensions in Egypt, where the Middle East’s largest Christian minority is found. Media reports have been accused of sensationalising those tensions. What we often are not shown are the efforts for reconciliation between communities and

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Rays of hope in the Church in Egypt

Two recent events raise hope of change in relationships between the Churches in Egypt. After years, even decades, of distrust and tension, the Egyptian Council and Churches was formed in February. And, for the first time in the history of

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The painful reality of a revolution unfinished

The revolution in Egypt is unfinished. The protestors have returned to Tahrir Square, and are positioned around the Presidential palace in Heliopolis. Some of those protesting say they did not wage the January 25th revolution to end up with a

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Egypt: Christian Minority

EGYPT ,مصرMiṣr Land of Pyramids and Pharaohs Compared to other Arab countries, Egypt has a large Christian population with a very long history. Most Christians today are Coptic Orthodox, with Catholics and Protestants making a smaller percentage. All three churches

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The Church in Egypt as Salt and Light

Watch this video clip and pray for the church in Egypt as it extends grace to the community where it lives. Egypt still needs God’s grace and a work of His Spirit for renewal and life for all.    

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