Dr. Lindsay Brown and Canon Michael Green At All Saints Cathedral On Sunday 26th of March.

All Saints’ Cathedral (Egyptian, Sudanese and English-speaking Congregations) is hosting a service of celebration with international leader and speaker, Dr Lindsay Brown, who will give us a round the world survey of the encouragements and challenges facing the global church speaking from Habakkuk 2.14 and Revelation 7.9.

Dr Brown was converted to Christ as a teenager and studied European history in Oxford for 3 years, where he was President of the Christian Union. He has been involved in student ministry with IFES since 1981 and is International Director of the Lausanne Movement and is passionate about raising up a new generation of students to lead the Church into the future and works with student leaders from across Europe.

Edward Michael Bankes Green  is a British Oxford theologian, Anglican Priest, Christian apologist and author of more than 50 books.

Green has served in many different ministry roles as a gifted evangelist and teacher. Whether in local churches or theological schools, he has been a passionate advocate for ‘every member ministry.’ Dr Green has lectured and preached worldwide and has authored many books on a variety of subjects. Some of his most well-known works are on evangelism in the Book of Acts, one of which has been translated into Arabic– Thirty Years That Changed the World-The Book of Acts For Today.

Green is married to Rosemary and they have four adult children, Sarah, Jenny, Tim and Jonathan. Canon Michael will be giving some remarks before Dr Lindsay Brown speaks as both men are burdened with the equipping Christian leaders for ministry and have often served together in many international settings.

At 7 pm, the service will be in both Arabic and English. All are welcome! All Saints’ Cathedral is the ‘mother church’ of the Anglican / Episcopal Diocese of Egypt led by Archbishop Mouneer Hanna Anis. At 10 am, the service will be held in English with mainly Canon Michael Green

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