Recent release "In His Service: Autobiography of Faiza Ibrahim and Her Husband, the Reverend Hanna Ibrahim" from Covenant Books author Samy Ibrahim is an engrossing retelling of the lives of two ministers of God who faithfully served him until their passing.
WALPOLE, Mass., November 20, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Samy Ibrahim has completed his new book "In His Service: Autobiography of Faiza Ibrahim and Her Husband, the Reverend Hanna Ibrahim": a well-conceived book that imparts the lives of Faiza Ibrahim and Reverend Hanna Ibrahim who dedicated their lives to God and his Word in Egypt, Gaza, the Occupied Territories, and Boston, Massachusetts.
Samy writes about his mother Faiza Ibrahim, "I was born to Egyptian Christian Coptic Orthodox parents, in Beni Suef, a city which is a two-hour train trip from Cairo. At the age of four, I believe, I started kindergarten at the American Missionary School. When I was only five years old, my mother died. She was only twenty-seven years old when she passed away. My two brothers and I were left without a mother. My younger brother was only one-and-a-half years old at the time of my mother's death. My cousin told me that after I had grown up."
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Samy Ibrahim's new book contains a heartfelt testament to the Lord's overwhelming love and mercy in the lives of his two stewards who had steadfastly served him and proclaimed his Word to all people.
This book narrates the spiritual journey of Faiza Ibrahim and Reverend Hanna Ibrahim that marked their lives for ministry and spreading salvation to all.
Readers can purchase "In His Service: Autobiography of Faiza Ibrahim and Her Husband, the Reverend Hanna Ibrahim" at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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