“Transforming Children in Christ through His Church”

MIDDLE EAST

Egypt | Jordan | Lebanon

MEET THE EGM-EUROPE REGIONAL DIRECTOR:
Sary Mikhaiel

One of the biggest challenges we face throughout the Middle East is that the majority of people are not Christians. There is relentless political unrest, economic instability, and religious persecution. Our Middle East teams have found creative ways to do ministry in a society with many challenges for local churches. Our focus in this region is to work with people who have been displaced and traumatized by the region's heavy religious influence and recent events.

One of the opportunities that EGM has within the Middle East is the exponential growth of the refugee population. Your generosity can help reach vast populations of displaced children and families living as refugees throughout the Middle East.

Sary Mikhaiel with Children at a Local Outreach Event
Sary Mikhaiel with Children at a Local Outreach Event
Children Using EGM Activity Books
Children Using EGM Activity Books
Sharing a Meal During VBS
Sharing a Meal During VBS

Your Generosity Can Help Rapidly Expand Our Bible Curriculum Throughout The Middle East:

EVERY CHILD. EVERY CHURCH. EVERY NATION.

Ukranian Children Worshipping:

Children Living As Refugees In The Middle East:

GOD IS ON THE MOVE

"Through our secular/non-Muslim Curriculum, children are learning important values that are aligned with the Bible such as forgiveness. Even though we are not advertising our lessons as Christian lessons from the Bible, we can still spread the truth, hope, and healing of Jesus."

— SARY MIKHAIEL
MIDDLE EAST DIRECTOR

"A family who sought refuge in one of the emergency shelters EGM supported shared that they were so blessed by the finances, which allowed them to prepare their children for school. They recognized that it was God's protection that kept them safe after the blast! Praise God that this family could be kept safe and continue their education despite the circumstances they faced."

— A CHILDREN'S WORKER
EGM-LEBANON

How We See God Moving In The Middle East:

Average Sunday school class in our region has 60 children and 2 children workers. (12)