Growth comes to a ministry in Egypt.

By December 16, 2004

Egypt (MNN)–It’s a good problem to have. IN Network reports that their outreach in Egypt is meeting with such need, that they’re having to expand.

According to IN’s Egypt Executive Director Nathan Bassaly, many people are coming for counseling and prayer, and there’s been a marked rise from those taking correspondence courses.

The Bible Correspondence course is distributed to over 4,000 learners every other month, four times a year. Hundreds of letters are sent in from different Arab countries expressing appreciation for the Bible Correspondence courses.

The goal is to distribute it monthly ten times a year and will be done so once the funding is raised. This will particularly assist the pastors of small rural congregations who rely on these materials for their sermon outlines and their local church’s Bible study classes.

The ministries are growing so fast, one team member is taking a year off work to create a children’s ministry curriculum.

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