Religion | It's not a loud revolution, but Christian media and the Bible are reaching Muslims
by Jill Nelson
Posted 7/15/06, 12:00 am
Six days a week for 50 years, Kozman Wasef rose before the sun in the small Southern Egyptian village of Dakouf to greet both locals and travelers from surrounding villages. As the line in front of his home grew, Wasef, a Presbyterian minister, administered ointment to children's eyes, treating an infection common in rural areas where doctors were few. He quickly became known as "the father of the village" by both Christians and Muslims, and many heard and received the gospel through his ministry.