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"While U.S. military aid has been suspended, a Muslim spiritual leader has been arrested, and the Muslim Brotherhood is out, Christians in Egypt seem relieved. But they know the Brotherhood won't go away quietly. Tom Doyle with E3 Partners says amid the unrest, the evangelical church is growing. 20 years ago, little was happening. Now, Muslims are coming to faith in Christ in amazing ways. "They privately sought out Christians, learned more about Jesus, started reading the Bible, [and] came to faith in Him. This is something we see as normal today." Doyle says E3 leaders are excited about the work in Egypt right now. One leader told him, "I wouldn't [want] to be anywhere else in the world but Egypt right now, because God is moving. Certainly it's dangerous, but God is moving in such a powerful way. This is the hour of need where we can bring the message of Jesus to the nation." "