New Printing Press for Egypt

Elia Morise, Egypt

For God is not unrighteous to forget your work and labour of love, which ye have showed toward his name, in that ye have ministered to the saints, and do minister” (Hebrews 6:10).

In Upper Egypt, several Christians operate a printing press to spread the Gospel.

In the Upper Egyptian city of Minya, five Christian families work in a printing house. They produce and distribute a great deal of Christian literature, particularly tracts and books. This work supports families totaling 36 people. The printing house has a good reputation, because the brothers and sisters in the faith go to great lengths to complete each assignment at the right time.

Unfortunately, the press hasn’t worked properly in several years. It frequently stalls, and at the moment is also losing oil. Despite various repairs, inspections, and replacement of old parts, too many pages are coming out of the press with black streaks or even creases. This costs more effort, patience, ink, and paper. And it means that some jobs aren’t completed on time, even though our brothers and sisters work late into the night. Three years ago, they were able to install new cylinders for the old machine.

On my last business trip in November 2017, however, I saw that the machine can no longer work properly. There was so much smearing on the pages. So, in faith, I forwarded the request for a new press to Midnight Call Ministries. This project was prayed over by the Midnight Call community during prayer time. And, as always, we trust in our Lord, who has blessed this work in Egypt for years, where it isn’t easy to print tracts.

Midnight Call - 08/2018

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