Health care opens doors
Last December we established the first medical centre in Elgawly, a small village of about 7,000 in southern Egypt. Most of the population is Christian.
There is a lot of disease in Elgawly because living standards are poor. The medical centre has been funded entirely by local individual efforts, which is a great achievement and an encouragement to the people. In addition, more than 10 doctors have volunteered to work in the centre, serving the people of Elgawly and neighbouring villages.
I invited all the church leaders and also the Muslim leaders, including the Coptic priest and the Imam of the mosque, to the opening celebration.
I praise God that He used me to establish this centre that is bringing the love of God to the people in that area.