Hanna Shahin was born to Christian parents, was raised in the old city of Jerusalem and received Christ as his personal Savior in his late teens. He attended the American College in Jerusalem before following God’s calling on his life which led him to the Baptist Seminary in Beirut, Lebanon. There also he attended the Arab University of Beirut. Hanna began his fulltime Christian ministry in international Christian radio in July of 1971, and has since served in every country of the Middle East and North Africa. Hanna co-translated and edited the first Greek Arabic Lexicon of the New Testament, translated and produced the first Arabic version of the Jesus Film. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in theology, philosophy, psychology, Biblical counseling and a PhD in missiology. Of his 42 years of ministry, Hanna spent 26 of those in international Christian broadcasting, a large part of which he headed up the Arabic Ministry of Trans World Radio. In 2005, he and his wife, Evelyn, founded Endure International, a church planting ministry. Hanna is the author of two books, My Enemy…My Brother and The Master Disciple-Maker. Hanna & Evelyn have four sons and two grandsons.