I have been thinking about what we, Pual and I, are going to do in Egypt once we step outside the airport. I do not want to just go there and figure everything out on the spot but I also do not want to plan everything out.
I have been ministering out on the streets and I am starting to see some patterns. Let me talk about religious people in general before I move on to Muslims. Most other religions in America are trying to incorporate Christianity into their religion in some way. As if Christianity is somehow encapsulated in their worldview.
Another week closer to my journey to Egypt. It’s about that time to think about what I need to take with me. I am going there for about two weeks and what can I say? I need some stuff to survive there! The plan is to get dropped off in the middle of Alexandria. You know, take a taxi and get dropped off in the middle of the city, like they do it in the movies and start walking and ministering.
This is my third blog about preparing for my missionary journey to Egypt. Is it me or are we in America afraid to face every other religion? When I tell people that I am going to Egypt. A lot of people in my life respond with the following words “Are you sure, it’s dangerous over there?”.
I am writing about my missionary journey to Egypt. This is my first missionary journey. I am going to touch a little on how I plan my journey in this article and then concentrate on how God is training me for this journey. I am planning to go to Egypt sometime in January, this gives me about 3 months to train and prepare. Let’s start with me talking about how I plan things.
I have entered my next phase in life. I quit my job and now I am employed by God to be a missionary. Mission work was always on my mind and now God is calling me to go forward.