• 14/09/2022

the President of the Protestant Churches says during the meeting entitled "Towards Building Influential Generations:"
"There must be a close relationship between belief and action."
The President of the Protestant Churches from TC Egypt: "Building bridges and not being isolated is the best future for our youth."

Today, Wednesday, at the headquarters of TC Egypt, Rev. Dr. Andrea Zaki, President of the Protestant Churches in Egypt, participated in a meeting entitled "Towards Building Influential Generations" in the presence of Reverend Jeff Lovengwood, the strategic expert in leadership, the Evangelical Baptist Church in Cleveland, Tennessee, USA, and his wife, writer Rachel Lovengwood, owner of Several best-selling books and publications in the United States of America. Reverend Tony George headed the meeting, in the presence and participation of many leaders, pastors, and ministers of the Evangelical churches in Egypt.
The meeting was headed by Rev. Tony George, and the attendance of several leaders, pastors and ministers of the Evangelical Churches in Egypt.
In his speech, the President of the Protestant Churches in Egypt said, "The social responsibility of young leaders is fundamental. It reflects the reality of the close relationship between faith and action. Building bridges with society and not being isolated from reality is the best future for our youth."
President of the Protestant Churches added: "The world and humanity suffer from real political and economic challenges. If we do not effectively and honestly identify the roots of the challenges, there will be no real diagnosis of the problem. The world today needs to deal with the problems’ causes and roots in our lives for a real and effective dealing."
For his part, Reverend Jeff expressed his happiness at visiting Egypt, meeting the President of the Protestant Churches, and participating in the dialogue with Egyptian youth leaders. He also expressed his great pride in presenting his and his wife's lectures at today's meeting and the dialogue on the importance of building young leaders and influential generations capable of building, progressing, and upgrading their societies.
Rev. Tony George, the founder of the "TC" Service in Egypt and the Middle East affiliated with the Evangelical Fellowship, said, "Today's meeting, “Towards Building Influential Generations,” is being held under the auspices of the Presidency of the Protestant Churches in Egypt. It aims at building the capacities of Egyptian youth leaders, learning how the development process takes place across different age groups, and how to determine the proper upbringing strategy to suit each age stage.”