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The Luxor Condition

Pictured is one of maybe 20 families who every day turn the square out front of Luxor Temple into their living rooms and storefronts. They used to thrive on tourists; without them, the families still return to the square.


Married Life

Because men keep asking, and for my own safety, I’ve been telling people here that I’m married. They’re then instantly uninterested in me, and that’s better than having them on my tail. 40 more words


6 Quotes to Understand Egypt

From the book that I read on the plane rides over here: Portrait of Egypt: A Journey Through Militant Islam, which Mary Anne Weaver wrote in 1998 and published in March 1999… 879 more words


A Wedding & A Flat

Youssef Hassan Street was illuminated Sunday night by hand-held fireworks and the flashing headlights of every vehicle that passed a wedding party gathered around Fujifilm, which the school overlooks. 618 more words


View of Youssef Hassan Street

Until I’m brave enough to take photos on the streets, here’s a view of and out the hallway window that helps illustrate Luxor.


We Love you!

Hello Truth Seeker,

There’s a reason you are on this page, we do not know your reasons but we are glad you came by to visit us and we would love to get to know you. 312 more words

Stand on the Promises of God's Word

God is a rewarder of those who come to Him, and God gives to us all a free will. Daniel 11:32

“But the people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits.”

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Sunday Service