Middle East Pastors’ and Church Leaders Conference
“Guarding the Gospel”
5 PROVEN WAYS TO HELP A MIDDLE EASTERN PASTOR SUCEED!
1. Take a break and get some rest from preaching 6-7 nights a week. 2. Assess/re-align personal physical, mental and spiritual strategies. 3. Listen to IM’s specially prepared Biblically-based sermons and in-depth seminars. 4. Fellowship and pray with other pastors and leaders near the Mediterranean. 5. Re-fill wells of inspiration and encouragement.
October 2022 is IM’s Annual ME Pastors’ Conference in Alexandria, Egypt. Since 2006 we have been providing scholarships to these vital front-line ministers year after year. Each year pastors are helped. See page 4 for details and how you can impact a Middle East pastor’s life this October.
As we look to the Fall, we will be holding the IMI Annual Middle East Pastors’ and Church Leaders Conference in Egypt this October. Craig Miller and I will be teaching and leading a team of Middle East pastors who will teach the sessions.
Each year we invite a number of national pastors, some from our own IMI staff and some from several denominations from the region that we will gather together centering around the Word of God. The theme this year is “Guarding the Gospel.”
Every year we hear how this conference has been not simply timely or helpful, but essential in lifting our fellow servants up before the Lord for strengthening and coming along side and ministering to them in such a way that they have a fresh vision. Replacing weariness with renewed courage. I am requesting you to be in prayer with us as we prepare for this time of renewal rejuvenation and refreshment.
Each pastor reaches thousands of lives in his community week after week; we’re so blessed to be able to impact these pastors’ lives!
A scholarship for one pastor is $215. I’d be so honored if you’d join me in helping these warriors in the Lord find refreshment and refilling in October in Egypt. To date we’ve seen $873/$16,000 needed. If the Lord leads you to bless these pastors let me know. God bless you. John W. Cook, CEO