$1,200 covers a 1 year scholarship. See graduation date to calculate total need.
Recurring monthly donations will last until the student graduates, unless cancelled earlier. Donations represent an unconditional intent to give, not a legally binding promise or pledge to give.
About This Project
Graduation Date - May 2021
I came to Christ in 1985
while I was listening to a sermon in (John3 :16). After this
sermon, I decidedto give my life to Jesus
& then I started to serve inyouth
meeting.Years later and
our usual visitingtoone of the houses in my
village, I listened to a story happened to someone in
Alexandria. Through this storyGod called
me& fromthen on my life changed.
Godcalledmeto serve in the deprived
areas in Deltawhere Alexandria locates
andwhere there is very low
number of churches.
So God guidedme tomake a team of (20
andwebegan to reach the
unreached people. Also we servedthe displaced
families(120)from El- Arish who came
and lived in Future city.My study in ETSC
supported me a lot in this journey, so I became more equipped
to all of these works for God’s
The Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo, ETSC
ETSC is serving mainly Evangelical Presbyterian churches in Egypt and the Middle East which are suffering nowadays from youth leaving in many regions, for many reasons.
Furthermore, the changes that has been taking place in many Arab countries due to what was called the Arab Spring has created many challenges, yet it has opened the doors for many ministry opportunities.
At a time when many Arab nations are seeking to form a new identity and society that cares for social justice, freedom, peace and reconciliation, the church feels that there is no more golden opportunity than this to communicate the gospel through trained and qualified leaders who can incarnate the love and life of Jesus Christ.
Furthermore, the pressure of the Islamic movement and its effect on culture and society motivates the Seminary leadership to offer more opportunities for solid theological training to protect and empower Christian existence in Egypt and the Middle East.
ETSC speaks directly to this need because its mission is to prepare, equip and train pastors and leaders of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church and various churches in Egypt, the Arab world and Arab communities abroad, to be qualified to serve the church and society.
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