Share God’s love with the people of this vibrant, lively nation eager to take their part in 21st century Bangladesh. Engage with technology, respond to skills training and help break the inter-generational cycle of poverty.
In the midst of COVID-19 and flooding, OM has been distributing food and other items to families in need across four areas in Bangladesh.
An OM worker shares about how he dramatically met Jesus as a child and why that motivates him to serve children as a sports teacher at schools in rural Bangladesh villages.
In some places, access to coronavirus tests is limited or results unreliable. This can lead to a detrimental outcome in the spreading of the virus.
Pason lost his family when he fled Myanmar. By playing football with OM team members, he finds friendship and hope.
OM and partners work to bring hope to the Rohingya refugees, even with monsoon rains threatening temporary housing in the camps.
Mothers and children in Bangladesh’s refugee camps tell horrifying stories from recent months, many needing a place where they can be reminded of hope.
OM writer Ellyn shares firsthand accounts from those who fled for their lives to Bangladesh and now reside with thousands in camps in Cox’s Bazar.
Massive distribution efforts by OM teams in Bangladesh over more than 10 years sowed gospel seeds and made the Bengali New Testament a #1 best seller.
The faith of two young Bangladeshi men in 1976 served as a catalyst to OM’s focused outreach and the training of hundreds of new workers.