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New Egypt headquarters accommodates ministry growth


Hundreds of believers gathered for the Streams of Living Water Mobilization Conference in Egypt.

God provides ministry center for Streams of Living Water


With missionary schools and church planters in 15 countries, plus a children’s school and girls’ home in South Sudan, a new music ministry and a growing staff base, OneWay’s Streams of Living Water is constantly expanding its ability to train indigenous workers and reach unreached people throughout Africa and the Middle East. 


A new headquarters in Egypt will provide space for administrative, spiritual and prayer support, increasing capacity as Streams seeks to grow from 13 to 100 missionary schools by 2033. 


The 3,375-square-foot ministry center has three floors, a large basement and a spacious roof to house a chapel, prayer room, retreat center, music studio, training venue, meeting rooms and offices for 30 staff members. 


The studio space will help develop Streams Music, which recently began launching music to inspire the local and global church to pray, give and go to unreached and unengaged people groups. 


“We are most excited about having a prayer room attached to our new music studio,” said John Yany, Streams’ Executive Director in Egypt. “And we’re also excited about the additional space that will enable us to pray together with our many volunteers and growing staff membership.” 


The Streams of Living Water team has been growing the past few years, but at the same time, they had lost some administrative space until they were working from small apartments. With the recent onboarding of six support staff, further growth became nearly impossible. But after two years of searching for a space to accommodate the growing ministry, a new headquarters came just in time.


“In God’s perfect timing, and right before there was a drastic price change in the local currency due to the world economical issues, He provided the right amount for us to make the purchase,” Yany explained.


The almost 30 staff members who will one day work at the headquarters serve in mobilization, accounting, guest services, music ministry, social media, ticketing for travels to more than 15 countries, member care and church planting endeavors. 


The space will need to be fully renovated and furnished at an estimated cost of $100,000 in addition to the remaining $75,000 needed to pay off the building. 


Yany asks for prayer over the financial need this headquarters presents, wisdom for renovations and furnishings, and for God to be glorified: “Please pray that the place would be filled with a sense of God’s presence and nearness. Please also pray that it will be utilized well and for the glory of Jesus among the nations.”





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