Gaining Access To The Site

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the country and people groups of Egypt.  Project Egypt consists of a group of men and women who are determined to carry out the task given to them by our Lord and…


Our Mission

The Lord has given us a tremendous burden for establishing churches and missions churches within the country of Egypt.  From here we hope to see centers built that will train preachers in the Scriptures and in evangelism. With the help…

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Why Egypt?

The Influence of One Nation Egypt is the most populous country in the Arab world. Mass protests forced Egypt’s president of 30 years to resign in February 2011. An interim government controlled the country until elections in September 2011. Egypt’s…


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The End of the Movement?

Originally posted on The Gospel in China:
The modern missionary movement didn’t start with a bang. The great missionary to India William Carey may be dubbed its father, but he was himself a child, a product, of missionaries of the…


One doesn’t learn to speak a language in…

Seems that I’ll never get through ‘preparing’ for the mission field.


I Never Counted An Hour

God help us to consider the cost, but to not count the hours.

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Four Reasons Why We Care About What is Happening in Egypt

by Mark Cannon, mark-cannon.com Have you been following what is going on in Egypt? The largest country in the Middle East is again in a very dangerous crisis.  The euphoria of an Arab Spring is past.  At the moment Muslims are…

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Constitution committee eliminates all barriers to building churches in Egypt

Committee votes to lift restrictions on church building, postpones decision on article stipulating ‘absolute freedom of belief’ for all citizens.

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Islamists using attacks against Copts in Egypt’s power struggle: Analysts

Some analysts believe Islamists are using hate speech and attacks against Coptic Christians in their ongoing fight for power.

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