Here’s a Hamblin/Peterson column that appeared in Salt Lake City’s Deseret News over the weekend.
Incidentally, despite the caption I’m reasonably sure that the church in question is not in Cairo. Unless it’s over somewhere in the Muqattam Hills, in a location where I’ve never been, there is no place that looks like that in Cairo — which is built on a flood plain at the apex of the Nile Delta.
If I were going to guess, I actually think it looks like the Wadi Kelt in Palestine, though I could be wrong. (I haven’t walked through Wadi Kelt for almost twenty years now.)