Mama Maggie Gobran, the founder of Stephen’s Children, has been selected as the 2018 Charles W. Colson Conviction and Courage Award recipient. The award was established by Biola University in 2014 as a way of honoring Dr. Colson’s legacy of Christian service, discipleship, and evangelism.
Stephen’s Children Founder Mama Maggie Gobran was recognized with an Arab Hope Maker Award on May 18, 2017. The award, given by Emirati Vice President, Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, recognized five leaders from among 65,000 nominees. Coverage of this major award can be
Stephen’s Children was recently featured in Bittersweet Magazine, a monthly e-magazine that uses vivid images, words, and videos to tell stories of goodness, hope, and joy amidst the world’s hardships. READ THE STORIES HERE The Bittersweet team visited SC in summer 2016 and spent a great
Mama Maggie was recently interviewed by Cheryl Weber on 100 Huntley Street, the longest running TV program in Canada. Click here to view the video.
Travel writer Rich Grant recently reflected on his January 2016 trip to Egypt in Huffington Post. Here’s a particularly important bit: Overpublicized reports of a few terrorist incidents have scared away many European and American travelers, but the truth is, Egypt is as safe as anywhere
Stephen’s Children is featured on BBC’s “Heart and Soul.” This 26-minute program includes interviews with Mama Maggie and our team. They tell the story of Stephen’s Children and the Egyptian Christians who are daily living under God’s grace in the slums. Teeming with the sound
CBN News recently broadcast this news feature on Mama Maggie and Stephen’s Children. See the full story here.
German photographer Christoph Jorda recently uploaded dramatic photos featuring Mama Maggie and the ministry. Mr. Jorda’s photos are featured in the German language biography of Mama Maggie, which was released earlier this year. It was authored by Judith Kubitscheck and Judith Kuhl.
The recent Associated Press story about Mama Maggie and Stephen’s Children provides special insight into the educational challenges faced by all Egyptians – and especially the poor. To give an idea of the challenge – the story cites a U.N. statistic: “an estimated $2.4 billio
“I never imagined God would make me a mother to a martyr.” As Mama Maggie said these words, tears filled her eyes. She reflected on the time she spent talking, playing, and praying with the boys from El Our who were martyred on a Libya