All of us have felt the effects of the hyper-inflation that has affected the worldwide economy, but it’s the poor nations that feel its impact most keenly. This is especially true for many families in Upper Egypt.
Despite having to move our church to a new location and cope with the inflated construction costs to prepare the unfinished building leased for our new Church facility, Pastor Rezk has, by the grace of God, managed to uphold the Church’s monthly food & clothing distribution to assist poor families within the church and surrounding community.
This habitual act of liberality and compassion toward the poor and those in need, continues to shine out as a beacon light of hope in these difficult times. This speaks volumes as to the nature of our Faith in the Middle East.
Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.-Matthew 5:16