|Area (sq km):||143,998|
|FIPS Country Code:||BG|
|ISO Country Code:||BD|
|GRN Office:||GRN / HELP Bangladesh|
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Nieuws over Bangladesh
Hunger for the Word of God: GRN's latest efforts at evangelism through storytelling in Bangladesh
Connecting People to God's Word in Bangladesh: Literacy in Bangladesh is low. Many who are counted literate do not read easily or well. There are many small language groups with little or nothing of the Scriptures available. The need for culturally appropriate audio and audiovisual materials that clearly presents the truth of Godâs word is immense.
Testimony from Bangladesh - Pastor John: Pastor John has effectively used GRN materials to enhance his witness of Christ for many years. Through his hard work and faithfulness to the great commission, many people have heard about Christ and become born-again.
Impact in Bangladesh: Graydon Colville is encouraged at the evidence of how the GRN Bible Picture books and audio recordings are being used in Bangladesh.
GRN Bangladesh: The people and work of GRN and HELP Bangladesh.
His Name is B C: The story of a young man totally rejected by his own family because he turned to Christ.
Operation Bangladesh: Distribution is hard work.
HELP Bangladesh: H.E.L.P. International (the 'Health, Education, Leadership, Program') is a Non Government Organization and a registered charity in Australia which has developed alongside the work of LRI/GRN Bangladesh.
Letter from Bangladesh: Muhammad was a Madrasa student who accepted Christ. Now he has started work among the Bihari people. He uses GRN picture books with Urdu cassettes, because he says they are effective in helping people understand and remember the message.
Mark's Story: "I had a very critical time when my father left me alone with my two and a half year old brother and went somewhere else and never came back to look after us."