PTEE Equips Egyptian Christians Theologically Even Without a Seminary

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Of all the Majority-Arab countries in the Middle East, Egypt has the largest Christian population. More about that here. There are many well-established churches and parachurch ministries in Egypt, but seminaries are more difficult to find.

“PTEE [is] needed because there [are] no seminaries in Upper Egypt and in the south. The seminaries are, most of them, in Cairo,” says Abraham*, a believer serving with the Program for Theological Education by Extension (PTEE).

PTEE offers accredited theological courses for Gospel workers in the Arab world. Learn more about PTEE’s work here. By studying online, believers can avoid unwanted attention, which often leads to persecution.

“We teach them how to do discipleship for the new believer, how to do a lot of work inside the church, and also about evangelism outside the church,” Abraham says.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth


  • Pray for wisdom and understanding as Egyptian Christians study PTEE coursework.
  • Pray Egyptians will come to faith in Christ through biblically-based literacy courses.