July 21, 2021–Sime Golder is our leader and volunteer at the Kanainogor group. There are 8 people in her family. Her grandparents, her parents, and her with her threee siblings. Everyone got sick for 15 days except Sime and her brother. Her mom is a shopkeeper and she is the only earning person in her family. Because of the pandemic and police security the shop has been closed for a month. This means no income and no medicine. This is what was happening in her family. I, Orvil, heard this news and contacted them. In this time of crisis, we feel that she needs help. We gave 2000 taka to them so she could get medicine and food for two weeks. Please keep them in your prayers.
July 14, 2021–Akash Sarker, age 19 and his father Shilon Sarker, age 54, mother Sonali Sarker, age 47, lives at Kanainogor, Mongla. Akash is our 1st year BMW student. He helps our leader Shimi Golder whenever needed. It’s not been a good time for his family since his father Shilon is unable to work for lockdown and his mother had an expensive surgery on her left eye. She still has to do a surgery on her right eye. Due to the pandemic and financial crisis she could not make it.
Akash, his father, and mother, were sick for 15 days. No one was there to buy food for them. All the money they had was spent for their treatment and foods. They had the last goat in the farm like a last penny, unfortunately they had to sell the goat to provide their needs. With empty pockets they urged BMW to help them survive and have some food for their family.
We gave them 2000 BDT ($25) from our BMW Mercy Fund. They have foods for 3 weeks. They received the money with great thanks. Please keep them in your prayer.
August 17, 2020–Kopot Majhi is age 38. His mother is Nomita Majhi, age 58. His father is Sishubor Majhi, age 67. His sister is Bujhi, age 32 and the sister’s daughter is Onnesha, age 6.
Kopot is our 3rd year student and leader at Dakkhin Kainmari, Chila. He is a village teacher. His dad can’t work because of his old age and health. Kopot is the only an earning person in his family. His sister Bujhi got divorced and is now staying at Kopot’s house with her daughter Onnesha.
Now Kopot has no work and no students because of Covid-19. He has nothing left but still has 4 members at his family to feed and take care of. At this time they hardly get the food for every meal. Until now they did not get support from any NGO or other organizations. By receiving the gift from BMW they were blessed and smiles was seen on their faces. I am sure that by reading this story you can imagine the scenario.
We gave them 2000 BDT ($25) from our BMW Mercy Fund. Now they will have foods for 3 weeks. They received the money with great thanks. Please keep them in your prayer.
August 17, 2020–Anup Biswas (38) and his wife Rumpa Saha (39) live at Boronobabpur, Bagerhat. Anup has long story in his life. He was a catholic catechist before he g0t married and he did not like that job so he left that and got married to the wrong girl. That girl snatched everything he had and fled to another country and never came back again. So by losing everything Anup was left all alone and got married to another woman. Her name is Rumpa. Now Rumpa is our student doing 1st year course with BMW.
Everything was going well before the virus came but it came and destroyed Anup’s peaceful life again. Anup was happy with his wife. His wife helped him manage his life in right track. Unfortunately, now they have lost all the resources they had and are spending a miserable life every day. They are borrowing money to eat food. When we saw this life, we came to help them with some gifts. By receiving the gift $25 (2000 BDT) from BMW Mercy Fund, Anup got inspiration to live again. Please keep Anup and his wife in your prayer.
August 17, 2020–Milka Sarder, age 20. Her father is Nirapodo Sarder, age 65. Her mother Foot Sarder, age 54. Her elder sister Shila Sarder is age 24. Her brothers are Shipon Sarder and Ripon Sarder. Milka lives at Kanainogor with 6 members in her family. She is a BMW group leader and 1st year student. A couple of years ago she lost her another sister who was giving birth. Milka’s dad had a stroke twice and now her dad can hardly walk. Her brother Ripon is not supposed to work yet because he is not matured. But because of the family he has to go for fishing in the river. Recently the government warned not to go fishing with the boats. This was a real hardship.
Even in this time of crisis Milka is faithful to study and lead all the students at Kanainogor. Praise the Lord!
So BMW took the initiative to help her out by giving $25 (2000BDT). They received it with gratitude and give thanks to BMW family.
August 17, 2020–Kallan Khan is 32 years old. His wife Ritu Mitra is age 25. They have a son David Khan, age 2 months. The father, Choton Khan, died couple years ago. Mother is Mikha Khan.
I would like to share with you some struggles Kallan is going through. Kallan is our 2nd year student and his wife Ritu Mitra also 2nd year student. Kallan lives at Voroshapur with his family. Kallan is an electrician. Kallan’s dad was an earning person in his family, but after he died all the responsibilities came to Kallan. Kallan’s wife Ritu gave birth during the craziest time of Covid-19. The BMW board prayed for them as we asked prayer for their kid’s delivery. Kallan did not have money to take care of the delivery or even to buy food. His wife was suffering with many diseases before she gave birth, so we decided to help them from BMW Mercy Funds so they can buy medicine and food.
We gave them 2000 BDT ($25) so they can have foods and buy the medicine for 2 weeks. They received the money with great thanks. Please keep them in your prayer.
August 17, 2020–Satabdi Sarker is 22 years old. Her father is Swopon Sarker, age 55 and mother is Mridula Sarker age 45. The younger brother Shuvo Sarker is age 19, and grandpa Sunil Sarker is age 81. Satabdi lives at Malgazy, Mongla with her family. She is a BMW 2nd year student. Her dad is shopkeeper. I’m sorry to say that Satabdi’s mom has been suffering with rheumatism (bone ache) and her grandpa has been spending his last days in the bed for more than 3 years. Mridula has to take care of her father-in-law as well as her family. Satabdi stopped going college for the poverty of her dad.
At this time they hardly get food for every meal. I am sure that by reading the story you can imagine what life is like for them.
We gave them 2000 BDT ($25) from our BMW Mercy Fund, so they may have food and buy medicine for 2 weeks. They received the money with great thanks. Please keep them in your prayer.
July 31, 2020–Kali Das, age 68 and her husband Vola, have been having serious health issues for years now, but they can’t afford to buy medicine. They are living in an almost broken house and having difficulties to run the family. They cannot find what to eat everyday. She had a daughter and her name was Suchona Das, but she died a few years ago because of some sickness. After Suchona’s death, her husband refused to take care their son and got married again. Now Suchona’s son is living with grandmother. It is also hard to manage everything in this situation. Vola is an old man and works in a construction site as a daily worker but he is at home now because of COVID -19. Now he is not earning at all. He only can go to work if the owner calls but that’s very rare. When I helped her with the money and shared Jesus’s love with them, Kali Das said, “Thank God a lot that you answered my prayer.” I shared the gospel with them and said Jesus died for you. After sharing I asked, “Have you heard about Jesus before?” She answered in the affirmative and also wanted to know more about Jesus. She was so thankful for the money and for now at least they can buy their foods. Pray for their livelihood and their salvation.
July 31, 2020–Obola Mondol, age 50, and husband Tagore, are living in a miserable state. Tagore is paralyzed from last year. They have two sons but they are not living with them and are not supporting them financially. Actually I don’t understand that how they are surviving at this stage. They live in a mostly broken house and have to pay for this house. She is trying to do something for their family but with the lockdown she lost that opportunity too. If any neighbor gives food to then they can eat, otherwise they have to go to sleep without food. I gave them money from our BMW Mercy Fund and shared about Jesus. I shared that Jesus taught us to love your neighbor as yourselves and we are trying to follow His steps. I prayed for her husband and their all needs also prayed for their salvation.
July 31, 2020–Sandha Rani (age 55) is living in a really hard condition. Her husband died many years back. She has two sons but nobody wants to take care of this old lady. That’s why she has to work for survival. She has one daughter and a grandchild also. Her daughter got divorced because of her sickness and can’t work as well. Sandha Rani is the only member who can earn for their family but because of the corona virus she lost her work. Somehow she is trying to manage everything. After hearing their story I gave the money from BMW Mercy Fund and they were shocked that in this time people can help others. I told her that our true God is a loving God and He said to us to love others. I shared the gospel with them and they loved to hear about Jesus. So pray for them so that they can understand who is our true God and they can accept Jesus Christ as their savior.
July 31, 2020–Mina Roy and her husband are living in a hut. When it rains, almost half of their house is covered with water, yet they still need to pay for it. When it rains there is no place to sit. Her husband is a rickshaw puller but because of his age he can’t work hard and can’t earn as much as they need. She has one son named Dipok Roy and one daughter named Bithi. They are both married so they are separated from them. When I helped her, she told that it was a great help for them in this time. She was very thankful. I shared the gospel with her and prayed for their salvation. After sharing she told me that she was attending all kinds of Christian religion activities in her area and heard about Jesus Christ before. She wants to know more about Jesus and she believes in Jesus.
July 31, 2020–Gita Mondol and her husband are very poor. Her husband has cancer but they can’t afford any kinds of treatment. Her husband is totally in bed now. They don’t know the next day what will happen to them. She is trying very hard to survive. She has three daughters. Their names are Puja Mondol (17) , Songita Mondol (15), and Rani Mondol (12). They used to go to school but when their father got sick then they had to stop their education. Gita worries about their future and their livelihood. When she got the money which we gave from our BMW Mercy Fund, she cried out with tears and was very thankful because of the money. Then I shared how our God love us and shared why Jesus came to this earth. After sharing I asked if she had heard it before. She replied in the affirmative and said she used to join in Christian gatherings. I told her to continue this fellowship with Christians and God will bless you in His mighty ways. She agreed with me and I prayed for their salvation.
July 31, 2020–Alo Das lost her husband, so now she is living with her son. Her son’s name is Sanjoy Kumar Das (29). He used to work as a auto driver but for this lockdown his owner sold all the autos. Now he doesn’t have work and is worried about his mother. She can’t walk properly and she is suffering with other diseases. For this sickness they have to take medicine but now she stopped takingthat too. Sometimes Sanjoy would go outside for work if an opportunity to work came so they could eat and buy some medicine for his mother. I shared the love of God with them from our Mercy Fund and shared about Jesus as well and also prayed for their salvation.
July 31, 2020–Koruna Mondol and her husband are living with much hardship. She used to work as a house maid but now because of COVID-19, the owner told her not to come. Her husband doesn’t work because of his illness. He is suffering from last year when he met with an accident. He can’t walk properly anymore without support. They have one son and one daughter but they are not supporting them.When I asked them why their children were not supporting them, she told me that because of their poverty they separated from her. When she received the money she was so happy and thankful. When I shared about Jesus with them they were so curious to know more about Jesus. After that I prayed for them and their salvation as well. And told them when you will pray to Jesus you will get answer from Him.
July 31, 2020–Maria Bairagi’s husband passed away many years back. She works as a cleaner and she is living alone. She is always unhappy because she doesn’t have anyone to take care of her. She is begging to survive. When I helped her, she felt that after so many years someone came to her just to ask her how she was doing. When I asked her how she was doing, she broke into tears. I shared with her that when no one is with you, God will be there. When you get time pray to Jesus, you will feel someone around to comfort you.
July 31, 2020–Kali Dasi is a paralyzed women with so many health issues now. She has her only son and daughter-in-law living with her. Her son used to work but now doesn’t have work because of the lockdown. They can’t afford her treatment. Somehow her son was taking care of their family but often it wasn’t enough. They are just living to survive. When she got the money, she was so happy and grateful that someone came to help them like angel. I shared gospel with them and prayed for their salvation.
July 31, 2020–Rojokini Bairagi is having serious health issues including rheumatic fever. She suffers a lot now a days because of lack of medicine. In her family she has two sons and her husband who is a little bit mentally disturbed. Sometimes her husband goes missing and after his disappearance it can take one or two months for him to reappear. Her husband is a wastage cleaner. Her elder son named Dipok Bairagi (25) worked as an electrician. He has a wife and a son also. Her younger son Sabuj Bairagi (19) used to work in a workshop. Because of the lockdown, both of them lost their jobs. Now the only earning member is her husband but they have a very big family, so it’s really hard for them to survive with only one income. That’s why she can not afford her medicine. When I gave her the Mercy Fund money she was so happy and felt blessed. Then I shared the gospel with them and told them how much Jesus loves all of them and taught us to treat others as a neighbor. I told them that’s why I came to share Jesus’ love with them. After my sharing she told me that she felt different than other fellowship. She also told me that she believes in Jesus Christ and she will continuously pray to Jesus for her sickness. She also offered to me that if I ever need a place to gather any Christian activities in their village, I can use her house as a gathering place.
July 16, 2020–I am Shelmoni Tanti. I am a widow with my 4 daughters and 1 son. I live on number 11 lane of Kalighat tea garden. I used to work as a day laborer in a rubber garden. Because of corona situation, I have no work and no income. We are living on two times tea and one time rice in a day. My own house is broken and now I am living in another’s shelter. Our groceries were almost finished and we were literally starving. In such a time, brother Sanjay came to us and told us about Jesus. Then he gave us 2000 taka and said this was a token of love form Christ. I truly could see the love of Christ through this brother. I am thankful to BMW for this help.
July 16, 2020–My name is Rothi Tanti. I am 35 years old. I live with my wife near a brick kiln. My feet accidently got burned by fire in my childhood. From then, I am crippled. I used to work in the brick kiln to earn for my family. Because of lockdown, I have no income right now. Recently my tin shed house collapsed. I couldn’t repair the house for want of money because I am struggling to manage just one meal per day. Then brother Sanjoy Biswas came to us and gave us 2000 taka. He told us this was a token of love from Christ. I am really thankful to Jesus Christ for sending us His love through this brother. I give thanks to BMW for this help. I am grateful.
July 16, 2020–I am Nantu Chasa. I have 5 members in my family. I live with them in Kalighat New Line. I worked as a day laborer. Before lockdown, I could manage daily bread for my family. As the corona crisis arose, I could not work like before. We now eat 3 times a day by dividing the food for 2 meals into 3 parts. I could not provide for my daughter proper nutrition and she remains sick nowadays. We cannot buy soap for washing and oil for managing our meals. I used to have 2 pet ducks and I sold them too in want of money. We have no savings that we can use for our survival. In such a time, Brother Sanj0y Biswas came to us. He told us about the love of Christ and said Jesus wants to help us. Then he gave us 2000 taka to buy some food. I am very grateful for the help from the Christ. He really loves us, I could feel. I thank brother Sanjoy and BMW for carrying this blessing to me.
July 16, 2020–I am Mohammed Ashraful Hossain. I have 1 son and 1 daughter with my wife. My son is 4 years old and my daughter is 2 years old. I work as a day laborer to earn for my family. Because of this corona situation, I lost my job and have no money. This 10th July, my wife gave a birth to a son. But we gave this child away to another family as I am unable to take care of another one properly. I couldn’t earn for the family I had, I had to give away my new born baby so I was depressed. My wife and my children started to get sick in want of proper food. Brother Sanjoy Biswas helped us with 2000 taka.
He told us Jesus loves us and this is a love of Christ. He also told me that God has a better plan in my life. I am very grateful to have this money.
July 16, 2020–My name is Kartik Das. My family consists of 4 members. I live with them in Kalighat New Line. I earn for my family by working as a day laborer. Because of the corona outbreak, I can work only one or two days in a week or sometimes not. We are living on tea and puffed rice. We can eat rice just once in a day. As the only earning person of my family, I was very worried to see my family suffering. I used to pray to God to save us from this crisis.
Then Sanjoy Biswas came to us and gave us 2000 taka. He told us that this was token of love from Christ. I am very thankful to brother Sanjoy to tell us about the love and Christ. I give thanks to BMW and I am grateful to God.
July 16, 2020–I am Sreemoti Horimuni Roy. I am 45 years old. I have one daughter. My husband’s name was Horipodo Roy. He ran away because I am dumb from my childhood. He left us alone, and we don’t know where he is. It has been 20 years without him. After a few years of my marriage, I was blessed with my daughter. She was the only member of my family. Last year I gave her in marriage. After she was gone, I was all alone. I have only a little hut to live in. I work as a day laborer. Because of corona, I have no income. My hut is almost broken. I have no money to manage a meal for a day and repairing my hut is like a day dream to me. I have sisters, but they refuse to take care of me. I couldn’t even manage relief from the government for me. When I was thinking I would starve to death, a brother came like a light of hope on 1st July. Mohesh came to me and told me Jesus loves me. Then he gave me 2000 taka and told that this is a token of the love of Christ. I really give thanks to Jesus and brother Mohesh. I am happy that God showed His mercy through BMW.
July 16, 2020–I am Duth Nath Robidas. I am 64 years old man. I live with my old wife and our only 8 year old daughter in Kalighat New Line. I worked as a day laboer, but have been suffering from TB for many years. When I used to have coughing in my work place, they used to cast me out from there, so finding daily work was a pretty tough challenge for me. But after this corona outbreak, it became impossible to manage any job and earn for my family. I even don’t have any poultry or cattle so that I can sell them and earn some. We were spending our days having tea and puffed rice. Often we would eat rice only once in a day. I am worried for my daughter as I am unable to provide her necessary nutritious food. In such a hard time, brother Sanjoy Biswas came to us and showed us the love of Christ. He gave us 2000 taka and said Jesus loves you and he wants to help you. I truly could feel His love that time. I give thanks to BMW for the blessing through them. I am so much grateful.
July 16, 2020–I am Bina Tanti. I am a widow with 2 sons and 1 daughter. My brother-in-law also lives with us near a tea garden. He is a mental patient. I used to work as a day laborer in the tea garden. Because of the lockdown, I have no work and no income. I was unable to manage meals for my family. Sometimes we could only eat one time per day and sometimes we had nothing to eat. My children started to get sick after a month of lockdown. I was worried for my family. One day, brother Sanjoy Biswas came to us and gave us 2000 taka. He said that this was a token of love of Christ. I broke into tears after getting this help from him. I really could feel the mercy of God and I am thankful to BMW and its Mercy Fund. Here see Dipok and Mamoni helping to deliver the aid.
July 16, 2020–My name is Baburaam. I am 70 years old. I live with my 60 year old wife Laalmuni in Dinajpur. We are Hindus. We have no children. I used to have grassland and I would earn for us by selling grass from that. But some political people grabbed our land and after that we had no way of living. We both started to work as day laborers. I was paralyzed in my 50’s. My wife used to earn alone and we were passing by our days with her little earnings. As we both grew old together, she also became unable to work one day. Now she put me in a wheel chair and we both beg to manage our daily bread. In this corona situation, it has been difficult to go out and if we go out somehow, we don’t get much money because people oust us in the fear of corona. In such situation, Mohesh came to us with love of God on the 3rd of July. He gave us 2000 taka telling that Jesus Christ loves us. I heard about His name for the first time. I don’t know him but I knew He surely loves us. His love saved us from starving to death. I pray God will bless Mohesh and thanks to the Christ and BMW who sent us this help.
July 16, 2020–My name is Babul Rikiason. I live with my family consisting of 4 members in Kalighat New Line. I am the only earning person in my family. After lockdown, I could hardly manage work for once in a week. With that little income, none of us had proper daily meals. Some days, we had to starve as I couldn’t earn anything. I could only buy some rice. We were having that rice with just some salt. We couldn’t afford to buy vegetables from the market. My wife used to collect some leaves from the jungle and we took those as vegetables with rice. When we were passing our lives with such misery, brother Sanjoy came to us with the love of Christ. He gave us 2000 taka and said Jesus cares about us. We came to know about Jesus and heard some good words from the Bible. I could feel those in my heart and I am thankful to him and Christ for saving us. I am grateful to BMW for arranging such blessings for us.
July 16, 2020–My name is Sreemoti Anubala. I am 45 years old and I am Hindu. I have three daughters and I live in Dinajpur. After my husband’s death, I raised my daughters by working as a day laborer. All of my daughters got married. They sometimes help me with money, but that wasn’t sufficient for me, so I used to work as day laborer. Then I grew so old that all refused me to give me work. My daughters also could not send me money as their in-laws do not like it. I started to work as housemaid in exchange for three meals per day. With the corona outbreak, I lost my job as housemaid too. I was worried and also was ashamed to seek help from my daughters. Then brother Mohesh came to me and gave me 2000 taka. He said this was love from Jesus Christ and He died on the cross for my sins. I am very grateful to Jesus for His love and what He has done for our sin. I never knew about Him. Thanks to Mohesh and BMW for such help and let me know about Jesus.
July 16, 2020–I am Anoda Rani Roy. I am 70 years old. I live in a village named Kamor of Dinajpur. I am a widow and have 4 children; two daughters and two sons. I gave them all in marriage. After their marriages, none of them look after me. I have a little hut to live in. My one arm is broken and I couldn’t get treatment on time as I had no money and no one helped me. I can only work with my one hand. I used to work as a day laborer. Now I have grown so old, I cannot work properly. I beg and earn for my bread. Because of the corona crisis, I was starving. I hardly could manage one meal a day. I used to pray my gods to end these sufferings in my life. On 1st July, Mohesh came to me and shared about his God and Jesus Christ. He told me that Jesus loves me and died for my sin. He also gave me 2000 taka so that I can buy food. I broke into tears after seeing the love of God. I give thanks to Jesus and His mercy for me. I also give thanks to BMW who sent this man to help save me. I am grateful to see the true God who really helps.
June 21, 2020–Majeda Akter (54) is a housewife and had a husband named Matiur Rahman (61) two sons and a daughter. Her elder son’s name is Atikur Rahman (27) and he has a wife named Liza Akhter (23). The younger son’s name is Sabbir Rahman (14) and he used to study but now he can’t study because of their family condition. She has a daughter named Rahima Akhter (32) whose husband’s name is Rana (40) and they have two children. Majeda’s elder son works as a daily laborer and he is the only earning member for this family. Now-a-days he can’t work properly because of COVID-19. They are having hardship to run their family. They are in real need of money. When she was given the money she was so happy and thankful for the support and said she will pray for our ministry to support more families like hers.
After giving the money I shared about Jesus and about salvation. Then I shared whenever you will feel you are in problem just pray in name of Jesus to God surely you will get answer from our Lord because He is our savior and He is our God. They agreed with me and I taught them how to pray in Jesus name to God.
June 21, 2020–A housewife named Salina Begum (55) has a husband named Jakir Hossen (65) and they have two daughters. The elder one is named Roksana Akhter (29). She is married and she has a baby girl and husband named Kamal Hossen (37) who used to work but now is sitting at home. The younger daughter’s name is Babli Akhter (26). She is married and her husband’s name is Manik Ali (32). He worked in a food company but now he is not working full time and earning very little. Salina Begum’s husband is an old man. He can’t work at all for the last 10 years. The elder daughter and younger daughter used to support them. The elder daughter used to give tutoring to the students but now she can’t because all the education sector is closed. And her husband is not a good person to support his in laws family. The younger daughter gives some support now but this old couple is living in a miserable state. When I gave her the money, I saw the smile on her face and she says she prayed for me and my organization for our support. But I told her that our true God is Jesus and we must pray to Him. I shared about Jesus–why He came to this earth how we can get salvation. As a Muslim family it’s very difficult to accept this but for our sharing Jesus’ love with them it was helpful to share gospel. Then I asked shall we pray together in Jesus name who is our Lord, they accepted it and prayed with us in Jesus name.
June 21, 2020–I, Dalwar, know a woman who worked as a cook. Her name is Ela Gain. She has two children. One is girl named Priya Gain (16) and her son is Pratik Gain (12). Her elder daughter is studying and her son also. Her husband got married again to another woman. And her husband now is not giving any support for their family. She is so helpless without her husband’s support. Her husband badly tortured her physically when she asked about financial support. Her mother-in-law is staying with her, but she still doesn’t have any support from her husband. Her income is not at all sufficient for her family. If she can get some support from her husband, she can accept being tortured. She is thinking like that but in reality every time her husband tortures her she still isn’t given anything. So, when I gave her the support she was so thankful for the money and said they never got something like this kind of support. And she is now so happy, and she prayed for our ministry and for us also.
June 21, 2020–Anima Biswas has worked as a field worker. She is a widow of 20 years. She has three sons. The first one is named Rony Biswas (30). He used to work but because of COVID-19 he doesn’t have any job right now. Her second son is Jony Biswas (28). He has a wife named Mitu Biswas (25). He has also lost his job. The third one is Sony Biswas (26), and he also has no income from his work place. Now all are at home. No income except hers. The money she earns is not even enough for rent, forget about food. She also depends on relief food. When I gave her money, she wanted to hug me for she is so grateful for this money. She called me son and prayed for our ministry for our well-being. She was giving thanks to God and our organization for what we have done.
June 21, 2020–I, Dalwar, have a person who worked in the place my wife does. She a field worker. She is an older women. Her name is Teressa Howlader (58). She is a widow. She has big joint family with 11 members. She has three sons. The first son’s name is Babul Howlader (40). He has a mental illness. He has two sons also. The first one is named Sohag Howlader (20) and is having mental illness like his father. The second one is Sawrov Howlader (15), and he used to do a job in a hotel but during this pandemic he lost his job. Teressa’s second son is Sopon Howlader (37). His wife is named Elizabeth Howlader (30) and they have a son named Mithoon Howlader (8). Teressa’s third son is Liton Howlader (34), with a wife named Rita Howlader (26) and two sons. One is Shojol Howlader (15) and second is Grace Howlader (12). Her elder son can’t work because of his illness, and the second one just 2 month back got a job but because of Covid-19 he lost his job and third one is also jobless. Teressa is the only earning member for her family at this time. She can’t even afford three times food for them. She lives in an almost broken house where water is coming in always when it rains. Her house condition is very unsuitable for 11 people. She always cries. During this COVID-19, she always asks for help from people she knows. She depends on relief food but now that’s also stopped. When I gave her the money, she cried with a smile and said our ministry people are like angels for her that with this much money at least she and her family can eat three times a day for a month. They are so helpless I can’t even express. She said she will pray for our ministry and us to grow in God more.
June 20, 2020–My name is Sri Ronojit Das (56). I have my wife and my only son in my family. My wife’s name is Sri Rekha Das (47) and my only son Sri Protap Das is 7 years old now. We were a happy family until my wife got severely sick. She has a problem in her heart. For her treatment I had to sell my only home. She still has not recovered completely. I am the only earning person in my family. After we sold our house, we took shelter in a brick kiln of Sirsinga, Monirampur, and started to work there. One day, while working there, a pile of brick fell on my waist. I was injured and because of that I couldn’t work for so long. My income decreased as my output decreased because of my illness. Every day we used to go to bed in despair. I was worried for my son. I used to pray to have the end of my misery. During this situation, the corona virus suddenly came. The brick kiln where I worked got shut down and I became a begger. We didn’t know from where our daily bread would come. We had no permanent address and this is why we couldn’t register our name in our union and so got no help from the government. Then a team of 5 boys came to help. They told me that they were students of BMW. They gave me 500 taka. It was a moment of joy for me that at least someone could see our sufferings. It wasn’t enough but we could feel their love for us. Then I suddenly got a help of 2000 taka from Topon Biswas. He is also a student of BMW. He told me that this gift has come from their teacher Mridul Biswas. Mridul managed this gift from the Mercy Fund of BMW with the cooperation of Satish Saren. I am really thankful for the mercy. I could see the love of Christ through them. Thank you, Lord!
June 20, 2020–I am Topi Biswas. In 2005, me and my husband, Job Biswas, got a call from God to serve in a Methodist church. So we left our own home of Kolejpur for the sake of God. While serving the Lord, He blessed us with our first child Simon Biswas. He is 13 years old now. We were doing fine, but my husband had a mini stroke. Our income was just enough before my husband’s illness, but after this, it was hard to maintain his medicines and Simon’s extra expenses. I was passing my hard times but it hadn’t been enough yet. Our job in the Methodist church was dismissed, and my husband started to work as a guard of an institution. During this situation, his thirst for God never decreased. He kept sharing the gospel with people on his own. In this time, we were blessed with our second child Maxwell Biswas. He is 6 years old now. One day, we heard about BMW and my heart told me to follow it. We started to study the Bible in a new different way. My husband and I used to attend classes with Mridul Biswas. Then in 2019, my husband had second stroke and got paralyzed. He was unable to work and I had to work for my family. Then I started to work as a maid servant. But because of this corona virus, I had no work. We were in such a hard time. One day, Mridul asked about our life and I shared all of these things with him. He gave us 2000 taka from the Mercy Fund which we needed most at this time. BMW is a blessing of God for us. Thanks to God for the Mercy Fund.
June 20, 2020--I am Md Nahid Hasan (27). I live in Rajgonj, Monirampur, Jessore. My father, Md Atikur Hossain, had fall on a road accident in 2017 and he lost his two legs. So, as the elder child, all the responsibilities of my family fell upon me. I have 4 members in my family–my father, my mother (Sufia) and my sister (Tahmina) and me. I couldn’t continue my study. I dropped out of school. I managed to work as a carpenter. In 2019, I got introduced to Mridul Biswas in a local bazaar. He shared the Bridge illustration with me. Until then I knew Jesus was an ordinary prophet, but after talking with him, I came to know that Isa is the soul of Almighty Creator. I wanted to know more about Isa Messiah, so, I got connected with brother Mridul on Facebook and kept learning many things about Isa. Now, all the working sources are closed, and I have no job. I was passing a hard time but Mridul helped me with 2000 taka. He told me that this was a gift from the Mercy Fund. Then I came to know about the concept of the Mercy Fund. I could see the love of Isa. I used to think Christians could never be close to Muslims, but in this crisis, no Muslim brother came to help me. But a Christian brother did it. I am really thankful to Isa for His love. I admit that He gave His own life for this world to be saved.
June 20, 2020–I am Premola Das. I am 48 years old. I am a widow and I have a son. His name is Akash Das and he is 16 years old. My husband died in a road accident in 2015. After his death, we fell into disaster. I started to work as a housemaid and could earn a little. It wasn’t enough to run education of Akash, so, he had to drop out. He took a job in a car garage. With this total income, we were passing by our time in despair. But after this corona virus pandemic, we both lost our jobs. We also fell into a great crisis from cyclone Amphan. A tree fell on our house and our tin shed roof collapsed. In such a time, a brother of Christ came to help us. Mridul Biswas gave us 2000 taka and told us about the love of Christ. We are very thankful to God for the help we needed most.
June 20, 2020–I am Sri Swapon Das. I am 48 years old now. I am a rickshaw puller by profession and we are 5 members in my family, my father, my mother, my wife and my only daughter. I am taking care of my father and mother as they are old. It is very hard to maintain my family with my low income. Sometimes I don’t have enough money for my father’s medicine, my daughter’s study, and our daily bread all together. In this pandemic everything is locked, and my source of income is lost as I couldn’t go out and earn money due to the lockdown. We are going through a strong financial crisis. During my crisis I felt the love of God through a brother named Mridul Biswas. I met brother Mridul on 28th May in 2019. He was one of my passengers on my rickshaw that day and on the way to his destination he shared with me about Jesus Christ. I heard about Jesus for the first time on that day. He told me some verses from the Bible. I found something very interesting in his speech. That’s why I asked for his mobile number to keep contact with him. He also gave me some tracts. Brother Mridul called me one day and sent me 2,000 taka for my family and told me that this is the love of God through our Mercy Fund for you. It was a blessing for me. I also learned that Jesus showed mercy for us. I am so thankful to God for the precious gift. This money will help me a lot to support my family with daily bread.
June 20, 2020–My name is Bijoy Dev. My father’s name is Bisu Dev. My sister and I are BMW students of 2nd year. We are Hindu in background. My father was a day laborer. He is the only earning family member. From his income, we used to run our family expenses, but now my father can’t manage any work, and we have no income and we are in a great crisis. Because of not getting proper food, we are getting sick. I went to work in a brick kiln but as I wasn’t able to do such hard work. I quit the work and went back home sick. My mother got mentally unstable thinking about all the situations in our family. In such a bad time, our teacher Polash Sharma helped us with 2000 taka from the Mercy Fund showing us the love of Christ. We thanked God in tears. We really needed this. All the time we read about Jesus Christ, but we could feel the love of Christ that day. Praise the Lord.
June 20, 2020–My name is Pompi Dev. My father’s name is Poritosh Dev. He is an autistic. We are following the Hindu religion. We have 4 members in our family–my mother, my father, my younger sister and me. We are taking the BMW Bible course. My mother is the only earning person of our family. She worked as a housemaid. We are so poor that we couldn’t repair our tin shed house during this rainy season. We were beggers by description. We couldn’t get electricity supply in our house because we are not able to pay the bill. I took preparation for my higher secondary school exam by going to the neighbor’s house to study under their light bulbs and I passed my exam. But because of corona, we now have no income. It got so hard to even manage 1 meal in a day. My mother goes here and there to manage food. In such a distress, Polash Sharma helped us with 2000 taka from the Mercy Fund. He told us that this is the love of Christ. We needed this money so much at this time. I thank him and God for arranging this fund for us. It was very helpful for me. We are blessed.
June 19, 2020–I am Porna Shikdar. I live in Ramshil. I have my parents, one elder sister, one younger brother and my grandparents in my family. My sister and I are students of BMW. My father is the only earning person of our family of 6 members. He is a carver and he had to go to another village to work as an assistant carver to earn money. We were a pretty needy family because my father could earn so little. Because of the corona virus, we came into much misery. My father couldn’t go out and manage any work. This is why he couldn’t earn anything for a long time, and we were literary starving. One day our teacher Moshi Roy came to know about our family situation. He gave us 2000 taka and told us that this was from the Mercy Fund. This was a token of love from Christ. My father broke into tears. We all could see the love from God. I think this is a blessing of learning the word of God. I will keep searching for God and He will surely save me from distress. Thanks to the Christ and for his mercy upon us.
June 19, 2020–My name is Rakhi Baroi. My family consists of 7 members and my father is the earner of my family. He is a day laborer. When he earned, we could have our daily bread. Because of corona virus crisis, my father couldn’t manage work by which he could earn for us. It wasn’t easy for one person to maintain 7 members. My elder brother and I are students of BMW. Our teacher Moshi Roy used to take classes over phone and from talking with us he came to know about our misery. We were passing our days with only one meal and we were running out of our groceries soon. One day he told us about the Mercy Fund and gave us 2000 taka. I literary filled up with joy. We were about to starve, and we received love from Christ just at the moment we needed it most. My whole family thanked him, and we prayed and gave thanks to the Lord. Now I am more willing to experience the love of Christ and know Him through this course and His word.
June 19, 2020–I am Michel Gain. I have parents and two younger brothers in my family. I have been a student of BMW from 2017. Now I am a fourth-year student. I am a disciple of our teacher Moshi Roy. He has been giving me spiritual food and helping me to grow in Christ from the beginning. My father is a farmer. We just had a little land to grow crops. It was not enough to earn properly for our family. So my father used to do extra work in others’ fields. We even couldn’t build our house properly due to our poverty. Because of Covid-19, my father couldn’t work for enough earnings. I am too young to help my father and my family. The food we had was about to finish and we didn’t know from where we could arrange it for later. At this moment, Moshi Roy helped us with 2000 taka from the Mercy Fund. He told us that this is love from Christ and it’s a reward for being still in Christ to save you from misery. My mother was so happy to get such help from BMW. I instantly prayed to God and gave him thanks for His mercy. I also give thanks to BMW because it brought blessings in my life.
June 19, 2020–I am Sejuti Adhikary. I am a student of 3rd year in BMW. I have 7 members in my family–my parents, my 3 brothers, my grandmother and me. My parents are pretty old. My father is a farmer but he can’t earn enough with our own land, so he had to work extra in others’ fields for extra money. As he grew older and could not work like before, my brothers tried to contribute in family income. My two elder brothers stay here and used to work in others’ fields also, and my younger brother used to work in a garment factory with a small salary at Dhaka. Because of the lockdown, all of our family income sources got shut down. We couldn’t even repair our house as we have no money. We were in a struggle to manage food for us. But one day our teacher Moshi Roy gave us 2000 taka to help us. After getting this financial help, I could see the mercy of Christ on us. I am very thankful to Christ for this love.
June 19, 2020–My name is Shupti Gain. I am a student of BMW since 2017. Now I am in 4th year. We have 8 members in our family. We are 5 brothers and sisters. The eldest one is my sister and she is married. My two elder brothers left their school to work to earn for our family. My father and brothers work as farmers in others’ fields. We have no land of our own. My youngest brother and I are still in school and studying. My eldest brother got married and has his wife with us. Our house is in pretty bad condition and may collapse if we do not repair it soon. But we don’t have enough money to do that after managing our food. Besides my youngest brother and I were continuing our studies. We could hardly have our meal with this little income from my father and my brothers. But because of corona virus, our family is almost broken financially. My father and brothers cannot go out in search of work. In this rainy season, we are beggers with our broken house. In such situations, we could see the light of Jesus. Our teacher Moshi Roy helped us with 2000 taka from the Mercy Fund. We needed this help and God provided for us right on time. I am very thankful to BMW and my whole family is blessed now. Thanks to the Christ.
June 16, 2020–Johon Nath, age 58, Rupali age 49. They have 4 sons and 3 daughters. Unfortunately, the youngest son died in childhood by drowning. Now Johon has 9 members in his family including his sister who lives at Ramdebpur, Bagerhat. Johon’s son Sagor is our BMW 2nd year student. During our visit at Johon’s house we noticed some heartbreaking things. Johon’s wife Rupali got her kidney damaged and can’t move much because of severe pain. Rupali said that due to lack of money she could not buy medicines to get a better treatment. Even Johon does not have work because of the Covid-19 issue. Johon is the only earning person at his house. He used to catch crabs and sell them in the market.
During our visit in their house we almost cried to see how miserable a life they are passing through. At this time they hardly get food for every meal. Until now they did not get any support from any NGO or anything. By receiving the gift from BMW, they were blessed and smiles were seen in their faces. I am sure that by reading this story you can imagine the scenario.
We gave them 2000 BDT ($25) from our BMW Mercy Fund, so they can have foods and medicine for 2 weeks. They received the money with great thanks. Please keep them in your prayer.
June 16, 2020–Juran Khan, age 43, Usha, age 39, elder daughter Mukta, age 21, (BMW 2nd year student), 2nddaughter Nondita, 19 (BMW 1st year student) 3rd daughter Nomita (BMW 2nd year student) and younger son Bakko, age 4. In total 8 members in Juran’s family. This family with 8 members lives in Voroshapur, Bagerhat and includes Juran’s parents. While visiting his family I heard from his wife that his wife needs medicine every day to survive. She already has undergone surgery 3 times and now her health is quite weak. Juran is the only guy who earns and provides for the family, but with the small amount of money he earns it is not sufficient for 8 members.
It’s a shame to say that Juran beats his wife and daughter while lacking money. So the time he is not able to buy foods he gets mad with his wife and daughters. We have been trying to help him learn to control his emotions.
By receiving the gift from BMW, Juran changed his mind and started to appreciate his wife and daughter. When we gave them money we told him it was because of your wife and your daughter that BMW considered this $20 (2000 BDT) for your family. Please keep Juran’s family in your prayers.
June 16, 2020–Dipaon Mistry, age 49, Poly, age 42, elder son Suborn, age 20 (disciple and 3rd year student of BMW), and younger son Clinton, age 14 (3rd year student of BMW), all live at Voroshapur, Bagerhat.
Dipaon has a very long story. The house and the land he is staying at does not belong to him. It originally belonged to Dipaon from Chila, Mongla. After getting married with Poly, his land and house got devoured into the river by a land slide. That’s the reason he is staying at somebody else’s house. His elder son, Suborno, has been suffering with malnutrition. Dipaon was living his life normally before Covid-19, but due to virus issue he could not work anymore. He was a battery rickshaw puller. Now the government banned this kind of vehicle on the highway.
So BMW took the initiative to help him out by giving $20 (2000BDT). They received it with gratitude and give thanks to BMW family.
June 15, 2020–Alio Mondol, age 65, wife, Pinku, age 52, elder daughter Minu, age 39, younger son Mintu, age 37 (married to Sabina Khatun).
I would like to share with you the struggles Alio and his family are going through. Alio is our 1st year student. He lives at Bajua, Dakop, with his family. Alio used to make plastic sitting chairs in his past. It has been more than 7 years and he could not continue to earn by selling the chairs because of his hormones. He got so old so he is not supposed to according to his age. His wife has been suffering with TB for a years. Now he is depending on his son, but unfortunately his son does not have work anymore because of Covid-19.
At this time they hardly get the food for every meal. I am sure that by reading the story you can imagine the scenario.
We gave them 2000 BDT ($25) from our BMW mercy fund. So they may have foods and buy the medicines for 2 weeks. They received the money with great thanks. Please keep them in your prayer.
June 15, 2020–Romario Ezarder, age 22, father, Soptoka, age 47, mother, Lotika, age 42, sister Dristy, age 14.
Romario lives at his uncle’s house. In his childhood, his dad kicked them out from his house to get married to another lady. Romario’s mom came to his brother’s house and took shelter. Since then Romario started growing at Kamardanga, Mongla, with his uncle’s family. There is 10 members in his family. Romario is a BMW active group leader. He is 3rd year student.
You have heard about the cyclone Amphan. Even after one month the affliction of Amphan is still the same. Romario’s uncles house collapsed and is not being used until now. They are mostly staying together in one room. Even in this crisis Romario stayed strong and working hard as a group leader. Please keep him in your prayer.
At this time, they hardly get the food for every meal. We gave them 2000 BDT ($25) from our BMW Mercy Fund, so they have food and can buy the medicine for 2 weeks. They received the money with great thanks. Please keep them in your prayer.
May 26, 2020–Suraja Begum is a 28 years old Muslim lady lives in Chanmari near Khulna City. She married Motaleb (34) two years ago. Motaleb was a rickshwa puller. She has two sons. They are 18 months and 3 months old baby. After two years of their marriage, her husband left her with these two children, divorced her, and married another women. Suraja became helpless and took shelter at her mother’s house. Her mother is a 60 years old widow. Her mother used to work as a vegetable seller and gained very low income. Now Suraja has become a burden for her mother because for the Corona virus pandemic everything is locked down. Her mother’s vegetable business is off. They don’t have any income to support this family with two little children. Our evangelist Delwar Hossain went to share the good news of God to them and helped her by 2,000 taka ($25) for taking care of her babies from BMW Mercy Fund. This money became a big blessing for them.
May 26, 2020–Abdul Kalam is a 65 years old man who lives in the Gollamari slum area near Khulna City. He is a coconut seller by profession. His wife is a 50 years old woman who helps the family by selling some vegetables. Their elder son Rayhan (20) used to go to school, but for poverty he can’t go to school any more. He has to work to help support the family. He drives a rickshaw to earn money, but because of the Corona virus the government locked down everything. All of their source of income stopped. Now they are going through a very hard time. They didn’t receive any relief neither from government or NGOs. Our evangelist Delwar Hosain went to them with the Gospel and he has blessed them with 2,000taka ($25) through BMW Mercy Fund. This money will be a great help for this family to survive at least 4 weeks.
May 26, 2020–Mongla Hansda (67), is married to Aloka Mardi (45), and they have three sons; the elder son is Mathias Hansda, (17), a younger son Anondo Hansda (9) and daughter Salma Hansda (6). This family lives in the Rajshahi area. Mongla, the head of this family, works as a day laborer. Mongla doesn’t have his own land. They live in a wasteland owned by the government and they are staying in very weak tin sheet house. Aloka is disabled. So, the elder son is taking care of the household work and the two young siblings. Due to the Corona virus, Mongla doesn’t have any work. As they are low cast indigenous people, they don’t get any government support. No NGO reached out to them. They are surviving by borrowing food from neighbors. Some neighbors help them with food. Our teacher Milton Tudu found them in this situation and gave them 2,000 taka ($25) from our Mercy Fund. They will be able to survive at least three weeks with this money. They also received the good news of God along with the Mercy Fund gift.
May 12, 2020–My name is Rupna Devdas. I am a student of BMW in Banshkhali area under Polash Sharma. I have completed my first-year program and received the certificate this year and now am doing the second-year course. My father died by heart attack when I was 14 years old. Now I am 16 years old. I have two younger sisters. My mother used to work as a housekeeper. She is illiterate and that is why she didn’t get any job anywhere else. Now my mom doesn’t have that job because the house owner dismissed my mom for the Corona virus issue. My mother doesn’t have any saved money. Her income was very low to support our family. We were surviving somehow for last two years, but now it’s become so hard to survive becaused of the lockdown. The situation is now miserable with us. Me and my mom cry when we see my younger sisters are crying for starving. We are unable to provide food for them according to their needs. Most of the time we starve. We don’t get food in our every meal. Sometimes some donations come to us from local government and from a church nearby. Most of the time we live on puffed rice and plain water.
My family is Hindu, but I have come to know about God from Sunday School and BMW Bible classes. I do believe on God and I do believe that He is my provider. He will provide for our needs. You can pray for us so that our crisis will be settled down by the grace of God and everything will be normal, and my mom will be able to work again, so she can earn for our daily bread.
May 12, 2020–Hello brother and sister in Christ,
I am Dalwar Hossen from Bangladesh. I hope you all are doing well by God’s will in this time of crisis. As you know I am serving God in the southern part of Bangladesh with BMW.
The cruelty of the global pandemic seems limitless. So many broken promises, broken connections and broken hearts. We all are facing the greatest loss in so many sectors under the shadow of the virus. Amongst all the sectors this virus mostly affected economical sectors. In my areas most of the people are day labourers and already have lost their work and don’t have their livelihood.
Now I would like to share about a family from my areas. By hearing the story of this family you will get an ideal about the whole picture of my areas.
I know this family who depends on their daily earning. They lives in Arong Ghata, Dawlotpur, Khulna. They have six members of family. The person is Dipok Das (22) and he is our BMW 1st year student. This family is a non-Christian. Dipok works as an electrician on daily payment basis. His father is a road cleanar as a daily payment basis and providing food for their family. Dipok’s mother has heart problems for which she has to take medicine all the time.
Now they don’t have any financial support to run their family. This is the scenario of most of the families around me.
During this time, lots of people are coming before God to ask protection from Covid-19. If we can share Jesus’ loves to them, they can understand our God’s touch. This is the great opportunity to share about our God who loves us all.
I ask all of your prayer for this family and other families also who are suffering for food. A little financial support will be a great blessing for them.
Stay home and stay safe from Covid-19.
Love and blessings
M1y 11, 2020–Hello. My name is Bonna Bormon. My father is Milon Bormon, and mother is Suchitra Bormon, Our village is Joanpur. Currently I am studying in class Eight. I am Hindu and my family also believes in Hinduism. In 2019, I came to know about BMW from some of my friends here at my village. By seeing them studying, my heart felt touched, and I requested them to enroll my name to the teacher, Poritosh Devnath. In February 2020, I was registered as a student under BMW. We have 15 students in our group now.
Before we started the class Covid-19 came and we could not do class. During this lock down time my teacher, Poritosh, kept calling me and twas eaching me a lot of things from the Course and the Bible. This is how I started learning amazing things from the course materials which I never ever heard before. Now I am learning 1st book of Knowing God Series. Now I am already half way through this book.
Through my teacher teaching me many interesting things from the book I feel I need to sit and learn as a group because so many things I missed learning over the phone. Please keep us in your prayer so this Corona crisis will go away and we will be able to do our class by sitting together. At the same time please uplift my teacher with prayer so he will be strong enough to teach us as he is doing now.
With heartfelt gratitude
May 11, 2020–Dear praying friends and family,
I am Milton Tudu from Rajshahi, Bangladesh. I hope you are doing well in this time of crisis. As you know I am serving God as an Area Teacher with BMW. I want to update you on how we and our student’s family are doing. Today I would love to share about a family from my area. By hearing the story of Sagors family you will know most about it. Thank you for reading my letter.
Sagor reads in Class 7. He has a brother and sister. I try to visit the Sagors family from time to time and encourage them and also to pray over them. Sagors dad can’t work anymore because of asthma. His mom goes to work outside every day and she works in a field and comes back home at the evening to cook the food for her family. It’s not an easy life. But now, during this season of our lives and our student’s lives, it has become more difficult. Since the lockdown started in Bangladesh many people’s lives have became so miserable and down. Sagors mom was the only who was earning money for them but now no one can do that and feed them. You can imagine his life now. I feel I have to do something for them so I decided to write to you so if God allows we will stand beside Sagors family together.
Please keep my family as well as Sagors family in your prayer and if God speaks to your heart to do anything for them it will be a great blessing for them.
May our loving Father keep you all safe in this time of crisis. Thanks!
Milton Tudu (Area Teacher)
May 11, 2020–Hello dear praying friends and family,
I am Happy Bala from Khulna, Bangladesh. I hope you are doing well in this time of crisis. As you know I am serving God in the southern part of Bangladesh with BMW. I want to update you on how we and our student’s family are doing. Today I would love to share about a family from my area. By hearing the story of Trinas family you will know most about it. This season of our lives has been difficult. Giving thanks and all my gratitude to you for reading my newsletter.
Trina is our 2nd year student. She is assistant leader of ‘Pray Of God’ group. She is an honest and regular student. Her dad is a rickshaw puller and her mom is a housewife though she has been suffering with gonorrhea for a years. They do not have ability to take her mom to the hospital. At this time they have requested us to stand with them with any kind of help.
Now because of Covid-19 their life became even more difficult. His dad is the only earning person and now no one can earn anything to provide for their family. They are spending a very miserable life. At this season of crisis I request you to lift us in prayer so God would help us so we could bless others. Also please pray for Trinas family so God will bring resources and peace to her family.
Ending my letter with thanks!
Happy Bala (Area Teacher)
May 11, 2020–Hello dear praying friends and family,
I am Regan Baroi from Khulna, Bangladesh. I hope you are doing well in this time of crisis. As you know I am serving God in the southern part of Bangladesh with BMW. I want to update you on how we and our student’s family are doing. Today I would love to share about a family from my area. By hearing the story of Himels family you will know most about it. Giving thanks and all my gratitude to you for reading my newsletter.
Actually this season of our lives has been difficult. Today in my letter I am going to share about story of Himel Roy. Himel is our BMW student and three of them are doing BMW courses in his family. There are 6 peoples in Himels house. Now a days they are passing the very poorest life. His dad is the only earning person in his family. But now his dad has no work at all. This is the reason Himel is struggling a lot to survive with his family.
I humbly request you to pray for Himels family and if God speak to your heart to do anything that would be highly appreciated.
Regan Baroi (Area Teacher)
May 11, 2020–Hello friends and family,
I am Orvil from Bangladesh. I hope you are doing well in this time of crisis. As you know I am serving God in the southern part of Bangladesh with BMW. Today I would love to share about a family from my area. By hearing the story of Johons (John) family you will have an idea about the whole pictures of the families from my area. Thank you for taking your time!
Johon has 7 children and 9 people in his family. Johon used to catch fish and sell to the market to provide foods for his big family. His wife has been suffering with anemia for a years. Johon’s younger son Sagor Nath is our 1st year student.
As the days are going by, Johon’s life becoming harder to survive to feed all the members in his family. My kind request to you is to pray for Johon and his family, so God may bring resources and peace to them. Thanks for giving your precious time to read this newsletter. Have a blessed day!
Orvil (Area Teacher)
May 11, 2020–Hello dear praying friends and family,
I am Poritsh Devnath from Rajshahi, Bangladesh. I hope you are doing well in this time of crisis. As you know I am serving God as an Area Teacher with BMW. I want to update you on how we and our student’s family are doing. Today I would love to share about a family from my area. By hearing the story of Chironjits family you will know most about it.
This season of our lives and our student’s lives have been very difficult. Firstly loving to share about Chironjits family. Chironjit lost his mom at his childhood. Now he has 3 members in his family including his dad. His dad used to drive a paddle rickshaw. The rickshaw was his only way of earning. But unfortunately he had to sell the rickshaw. The story has not ended yet. In the midst of this crisis, he got affected with a huge tumor on his body, but was not able to get a treatment. The interesting thing is they believe in Hinduism, but Chironjit dad never stopped Chironjit from attending our BMW classes. All glory be to God!
As a worker of God I felt I needed to do something for Chironjit family. But only for me it’s not going to be possible. That’s why I am inviting you to stand with me by prayer and kind support so people like Chironjit would see the hope in Jesus Christ. Please keep my family as well as Chironjit family in your prayers. Thanks for giving your time.
Poritosh Devnath (Area Teacher)