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INcontext International is honoured to be hosting Dr Sameh Maurice and Eva Botros in South Africa in February 2018. Dr Sameh Maurice is the senior pastor and Eva Botros is one of the leaders of the Kasr El Dobara Evangelical Church in Cairo and they will be sharing about the strategic season of harvest in the Middle East, as well as how nations like South Africa can partner with the Church in the region to bring in the crop.

 

Attendance is free of charge and no reservations are needed.

 

DON’T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO MEET, BE INSPIRED BY AND LEARN FROM THESE HEROES OF FAITH!

WHERE AND WHEN?

 

FRIDAY 16 FEBRUARY

Early morning men’s meeting: DRC Durbanville-Bergsig, Cape Town (06h00 – 07h00)

Evening meeting: DRC Kenridge, Cape Town (19h00 – 21h00)

 

SATURDAY 17 FEBRUARY

Evening meeting: Rosebank Union Church, Johannesburg

18h30 – 20h30

 

SUNDAY 18 FEBRUARY

Morning service: Sunward Park Community Church, Boksburg (Dr Sameh Maurice)

Morning service: DRC Lyttelton North, Centurion (Eva Botros)

Evening services: Moraleta Park Congregation, Pretoria

 

MONDAY 19 FEBRUARY

Leadership event: Northcliff Union Church, Johannesburg (09h00-11h00)

If you are in a leadership position and would like to attend this event, email hanlie@incontextministries.org 

Evening Meeting: Neo Doxa, Witbank (18h30-20h30)

ABOUT DR SAMEH MAURICE

Dr. Rev. Dr. Sameh Maurice is the senior pastor of Kasr El Dobara Evangelical Church, the largest Evangelical church in the Middle East, which hosts the biggest network in Egypt and the Middle East through organising large Evangelical and prayer events.

A former prominent surgeon, Dr. Maurice was always involved in ministry through his medical career. In 1988, he was fully persuaded that ministry was God’s will for his life. He has led his church to pray for Egypt since the early 1980s with the idea of a unified Egyptian Church in mind. His heart is for nationwide revival in the local churches and preparation for the Great Harvest in Egypt.

Ministry highlights:

  • Co-founded the Global Kingdom Partnership Network
  • Was one of the few who started group discipleship in Egypt
  • Began a small prayer meeting that is currently reaching thousands
  • Initiated sports ministry in Egypt and the Middle East in 2000
  • Developed the School of Christ teaching series that is aired on Christian channels engaging millions in the Arab world, Europe, Australia, and the US

He is married to Dr. Iman Kheir and has three sons.

 

ABOUT EVA BOTROS

Eva Botros graduated from the Faculty of Languages and worked in various multinational companies including Canadian Superior Oil and Hyundai Heavy Industries and as a logistics expert at Development Associates USA.

In 1994, after her professional career reached its peak, she decided to quit her job and devoted her life to be an unpaid volunteer at Kasr El Dobara Evangelical Church (KDEC).

As a member of the church, she was a senior leader and a shepherd for many home groups. In 1995, she started to organise the big events of KDEC inside the church and outside in public stadiums for audiences of more than 25,000. She also led the team that organised the memorial day of 11/11/11 for almost 50,000 attendees, which was the beginning of a new season in Egypt. She recruited and trained over 500 volunteers in 10 teams all over Egypt to handle big events wherever a need arises.

In 2016, she was appointed as Head of the Relief Ministry at KDEC for Egypt and the Middle East.

Eva also leads a team of volunteers who are working on reaching and serving the marginalised: those with special needs, orphans, blind people, senior citizens, poor children, those in hospitals, and most of all, the refugees and persecuted Christians who were evacuated from their homes.

She also trained volunteers in Crisis and Disaster Management, who played a major role during the Arab Spring revolution in Egypt by managing a field hospital set up inside the church, which is located in the heart of Tahrir Square. This attracted a lot of media attention, and since then, the role of the church has become clear as a ‘city located on top of a hill’.