WE RECENTLY SENT two ladies from our staff, Ragga and Afaf, to Kenya. They joined 70 others from seven African nations. They shared about their ministry here in Egypt and they learned a lot from the experiences of the other delegates. They visited schools and shared with the children and also attended different churches where they had opportunity to teach the children. Ragga and Afaf returned to Egypt very excited from their experience. They are now sharing what they learned with different groups in Egypt with the goals of mobilising churches and mission teams and opening the eyes of Egyptians believers to pray and intercede for other nations. Our desire is to help churches in Egypt have a larger perspective of what God is doing and think not only for their own needs but to be aware of people in other nations who need the Lord.
Nathan and Sawsan are based in Cairo where Nathan is the director of the ‘Program for Spiritual Life Studies’ where they focus on teaching, evangelism and village ministry as well as the training of sunday school teachers.
Nathan graduated from Cairo University in 1979 as a veterinary surgeon and practiced for seven years. He then attended Bible school in New Zealand, and has been fulltime with WOI since 1988. Nathan is married to Sawsan and they have three children, Maggi, Marten, and Michael.