Open door to Bangladesh…
Over a period of months, a young man in Bangladesh, Titus Bilas, had been communicating with us concerning his organizing a motorcycle ministry in his country. A rider, Titus has been focusing on evangelizing young people and children through introductory programs in villages near his home.
As a non-Christian nation; 90% of the population Muslim, 9% Hindu, and the remaining 1% spread among Buddhists and a sprinkling of other beliefs including Catholic; the Gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ is unknown to most of Bangladesh.
A tireless servant of Jesus, Titus has truly been about the work of the Kingdom and has enlisted several friends to assist him as he travels and teaches in villages one or more times a week and it is his vision to expand his efforts to the riders of Bangladesh.
Always looking for opportunities to take the Gospel, Titus organized a viewing of the “Jesus Film” for children in his home during the Easter celebration.
After these months of seeking the Lord’s approval, Titus’ request to partner with Fellowship Riders in sharing the Gospel with the riders in his community was approved in April and we are in the start-up stages of determining the most efficient ways to support his work.
If we are to be obedient to the command of our Savior to in Matthew 28:19-20 “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey all that I have commanded you”, then we must provide the Word of God in the language of the people of Bangladesh, which is our first and ongoing priority. Bibles cost $12.50 each, but the value is incomprehensible and the duration eternal.