www.the2Fish.com , is a website (mobile applications included) operating under the supervision of Father Dawod Lamey and Father Markos Fawzy.
The main aim of the service is to evangelise and reach the huge audience that is present online almost every day. Once you join, you will get an orientation and introduction to the service so you can understand everything.
The service nowadays needs the following:
if you are already working in one of the following fields and you have the experience, we have many vacancies for the software development team of the2fish website:
1) PHP developers with, experience in Wordpress CMS is highly recommended
2) UX/UI developers
3) IOS developers
4) Android developers
5) Quality control / testers
6) System analysts (no experience is needed here; you will be offered a training)
If anyone is interested to join us, please contact :
Samy 011 2012 2299 1855
Mina WISSA 011 2010 9987 9006 or 011 2010 0918 2474
If you can't find yourself in any of the above, please pass the message along to the people who would be interested in such service. Thank you.
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Christ is Risen. Truly, He is Risen.
I congratulate you my beloved for the Glorious Feast of Resurrection, and commend you the joy of this holiday. I congratulate the entire Coptic Orthodox Church. The Metropolitans, Bishops, priests, deacons, and boards of churches. I congratulate all the servants, youth, children as well as all the Christian families universally. I congratulate all
Hosanna in the highest; what praise, what great depth of beauty and worship that the multitudes cry to Christ! Who really is this Man that comes riding on a donkey with great humility? He comes with neither army nor stallion with His head void of the majesty deserving thereof. As Christ the King enters through the gates of Jerusalem, the multitudes greet Him with exceeding bliss, they proclaim, “Hosanna.” But what is the meaning of the term uttered in all four of the Gospels? Derived from the Hebrew as meaning “save, rescue”, the heart reaches out to her Lord calling for salvation from He alone who can offer it. Although exalted above all, the Most High humbled Himself and took the form of a servant (Phil 2:7) and blessed my nature in Himself in order to save me.