Monday, December 10, 2007

Arab Christians Rock in Egypt

Arab Christians are very much a forgotten minority in the Middle East and yet they are among the most vulnerable and most persecuted around the world. It was encouraging then to read of this event in Egypt. I'm not a big fan of taccy worship and circus-evangelism, but it is good to see any kind of vitality, energy, and life in a Christian community in these parts of the world. I would love to see one held in the Galilee!


Romayne said...

Sadly they seem to be purposely left aside for some reason. I've been trying for weeks in vain now to get details on some solid Arab Christian fellowships whom I could donate to, but haven't been able to find any. Whether it's a case that they don't advertise their locations or details online or for some reason perhaps don't want donations I don't know, but I find it really frustrating as I consider them in desperate need to know that they are NOT forgotten. Blessings, Ha Tikvah

Michael F. Bird said...

Organizations to consider are:
Middle East Reformed Fellowship
Lebanon Baptist Seminary
Frontiers International
All of these groups do good work with Arab Christians.