Why Egypt Needs Jesus

March 18, 2020 • Arabic

The main reason that Martin Nathan has taken on the role of helping to lead Back to God Ministries International’s Arabic language outreach in Egypt is simple. “Jesus Christ is really needed here,” he says. And in one of the most challenging places to share the gospel, he’s right. “People...

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New Ministry Opportunities in Egypt

December 20, 2019 • Arabic

In January 2011, in Cairo, Egypt, President Hosni Mubarak’s voice echoed across Egyptian television and radios. “The revolution is over. Don’t go to Tahrir Square. Everybody go home.” But a very different story was making its way across newer forms of media. Facebook and Twitter feeds showed that more than...

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Building Up Media Ministry in Egypt

May 22, 2018 • Arabic

As families grow in the Middle East, they often choose to build upwards, constructing new levels on their homes’ existing roof. This is also the case for a ‘growing family’ of media ministry in Egypt that is being built on an already-strong ministry foundation. The new family includes the Evangelical...

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BTGMI Enters New Partnership with Middle East Media Ministry

December 14, 2017 • All, Arabic

A rather historic event occurred on December 13, 2017. Rev. Ekram Lemaiye, director of the media council for the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Egypt (EPCE), Rev. Kurt Selles, director of Back to God Ministries International (BTGMI), and Rev. Jon Opgenorth, president of Words of Hope (WOH) met via video conferencing...

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Muslim Refugees Seek the Truth

January 05, 2016 • Arabic

BTGMI worked in partnership with Middle East Reformed Fellowship (MERF) to bring hope to Syrian refugees in Jordan.   Alice,* a 50-year-old former civil engineer, volunteers with BTGMI Arabic ministry to disciple listeners wanting to know more about the Christian faith. Since the refugee crisis has increased, so has Alice’s...

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Text Message Discipleship

June 22, 2015 • Arabic

Not long ago Talibah (not her real name), a young woman from the Middle East, began a text message correspondence with Back to God Ministries Arabic media outreach team. Her first message was, “I want to write to you privately, but I want a promise that you do not give...

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No Longer Disenchanted

March 04, 2015 • Arabic

Yaminah (not her real name) is an assistant university professor in the Middle East. A former Muslim, she became disenchanted with all religions. Still, she admitted, she had long wanted to connect with “thinking Christians who are serious about their faith.”   Yaminah does not like to listen to radio...

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