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Middle East

E862706 AIDS Crisis Overseas

Gifts support church and community-based programs that address poverty, behavior and other root causes of AIDS transmission. Programs include skills training, education, income-generating activities and behavior formation and change. A particular focus is women and families. (E862706)

E200536 Professor of New Testament/Professor of Christian Education, Cairo Egypt

Presbyterian World Mission partners with the Evangelical Theological Seminary (ETSC) in Cairo, Egypt to equip local churches and to educate and train leaders for ministry throughout the Middle East.  In this dual position Dr. Noah Park and Dr. Esther Shin will teach New Testament and Christian Education. Established in 1863, ETSC is the largest protestant… Read more »

E050212 Living Waters For The World

Living Waters for the World (LWW), a mission resource of the Synod of Living Waters of the Presbyterian Church (USA), trains and equips mission teams to share the gift of clean, sustainable water with communities in need. LWW water treatment systems and related educational programs fill a critical niche in the world water crisis –… Read more »

E200303 Professor Of Ethics/Senior Researcher, Duta Wacana University

Bernie and Farsijana Adeney-Risakotta teach at Duta Wacana Christian University, where they help prepare Christian leaders to serve the church in the world’s largest Muslim country. Farsijana is helping develop a peace studies program. Bernie also works with the Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies– Yogyakarta, the world’s first consortium that involves a Christian university, a… Read more »

E052081 – The Synod of the Nile, Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Egypt

The Synod of the Nile Evangelical (Presbyterian) Church is the minority of the Christian minority. Around 90% of the population is Muslim with the remaining 10% population of Christians mostly Coptic Orthodox. American Presbyterian missionaries began their ministry in Assiut, Upper Egypt in 1854. Much of the Evangelical Church’s strength and reputation has grown from… Read more »

H400303 – World Hunger and Development Assistance

Gifts will support the alleviation of world hunger and hunger-related development assistance programs and projects. We shall encourage those programs that combat hunger through integrated development and empowerment of people throughout the world, in such areas as agricultural training, community organization, economic development, nutrition education, public health, advocacy campaigns, environmental improvements, and more. (H400303)

E200370 – Professor Of Theology, Cairo, Egypt

This position teaches theology at the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo, Egypt. Established in 1863, ETSC is the largest protestant seminary in the region and trains hundreds of Arabic-speaking students for church ministry in Egypt and throughout the Middle East. (E200370)

E049075 – Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) Program

Young Adult Volunteers experience a year of developing Christian community through spiritual formation, mission service, and mission learning. Funds are used for programmatic support and to directly support volunteers with stipends, health insurance, student loan grants, housing, food allowance, travel and training. (E049075)

E862612 – Near East School Of Theology (NEST)

NEST, an interdenominational Protestant theological seminary, serves the Evangelical churches of the Middle East. In recent years it has also accepted English-speaking students from Africa and is able to accommodate international students who have a special interest in Biblical and Islamic studies in a Middle Eastern context. (E862612)