• 11/07/2019

President of the Protestant Churches to the American Congress: Egypt faces challenges with serious steps towards economic development and democracy
Rev. Dr. Andrea Zaki, President of Protestant Churches in Egypt, concluded his 15-days visit to the United States of America.
During his visit to Congress, he met with a number of members of the Congress including Ron Wright, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, French Hill, a member of the Committee on National Security, International Development and Monetary Policy, and David Price, a member of Congress.
The Democratic House Partnership, members of Congress for the Committee on Religious Minorities of the Middle East Caucus, Robert Aderholt, Vicky Hartzler, and public figures in American society, Nadine Maenza, Chairman of the Committee on Religious Freedom, and Kimberly Stanton, Human Rights Commission Officer.
During the meetings with members of Congress, they discussed a number of challenges facing the Egyptian society, the role played by the Egyptian government in supporting issues of coexistence and economic development under the directives of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, and his great interest in activating citizenship and always-emphasizing freedom of belief and acceptance of the other.
Dr. Andrea Zaki also met with a number of leaders, presidents and pastors of Arab evangelical churches in Virginia and Boston, and the Presbyterian Church in Potomac.
He spoke in several lectures, the most important of which were (Church and Unity - Managing Expectations - The Supreme Call of God - Building a balanced Christian mind - Practical Holiness Life - Postmodernism)