Singing in Egyptian Jails

It’s no fun living in Egyptian prisons for a month. Ask John Weed or Tom Pasquarello, members of the PCA. They’ve been there, and they know. (See December Messenger, p. 5. -Ed.)

Back in the United States after four weeks of Cairo confinement, they met near denominational offices in November with some of the people who had helped to mobilize support for them during their time in the Middle East. They spoke repeatedly of a sovereign God who protected them and their families and enabled them to return safely to their homeland.

It’s unlikely that either of the men will return to Egypt. Not only did they experience difficult days in prison, but they believe their wives and children had an even tougher time separated from them. Nevertheless, both fami

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