Hanna Shahin

Hanna Shahin is a veteran missionary. He began his full-time ministry in international Christian radio in Lebanon in 1971, and has since served in almost every country of the Middle East and North Africa. He holds degrees in psychology, philosophy and theology, and has a Ph.D. in missiology. His ministry experience includes such responsibilities as managing the Baptist Center for Radio and Television in Beirut, Lebanon, editing the first Greek/Arabic lexicon, leading the work of Campus Crusade for Christ in Jordan and Syria, producing the Jesus film in the Arabic language and managing the Middle East ministry of Trans World Radio. In 2005 Hanna and his wife Evelyn founded Endure International, a church-planting organization serving the Middle East and North Africa.