The Church of God in Egypt
The 2nd youth camp will be August 10-14, and is maybe one of the most exciting things in the region. The first camp last year saw 107 stay at the camp that only accommodates 93–40 people were left out on the waiting list! This year, they already have 150+ pre-registered and so they are attempting to secure lodging at neighboring camps to help accommodate the demand. The former national leader’s son, John Ishak from Asuit, has been named head of the committee.
This graph shows the total cost for each of the different elements of the project and what percentage of the total project cost goes to each of the three elements. With church renovation being the most expensive and most time-sensitive need, it encompasses the largest portion of the funding.
One important aspect of any Project Link project is the engagement of the local and national church. The graph to the right shows the percentage breakdown of where funds for the project are coming from. Nearly a third of the project is being funded through the work of the national church in Egypt. Another third, from other sources, including the Church of God in the UK. The final third is the amount we are raising through Global Strategy to finish the project.