Preaching in Cairo, Egypt

Yesterday, on Lord’s Day morning, I preached in a Reformed Anglican church in Cairo, Egypt (see picture). Presbyter Steve (on my right), together with another minister, led the liturgy. The liturgy was considerably longer than we are familiar with but was both biblical and Reformed in its theology. From their perspective, I am sure my sermon was longer than what they were familiar with—even though it was a bit shorter than my norm. As a result, the service was a full two hours. Afterward, we engaged in fellowship with the multicultural flock hailing from as far away as the Netherlands, Australia, and the United States.

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