This is Pastor Jedidiah and I wanted to take a moment to thank Pastor Suku Ranjon of Bangladesh for his faithful services to the Lord in Bangladesh. Pastor Suku has been connected with and working hand in hand with our ministry for over 10 years along with his wife and his two sons.
The Lord has empowered him to receive a home, a recent church building and a small fish farm with which he provides for his family and also is able to sell fish to the local markets and is able to help widows and hungry children as well.
It is quite a blessing to see who healthy he looks and how filled with joy at seeing the fruit of the labors of his hands along with his family in Muslim rural Southern Bangladesh. After seeing him with a basket of fish it occurred to me to ask Pastor Suku to produce a video that can inspire other pastors who are connected with us in other nations to take on similar projects at their locations.
With that in mind Pastor Suku and his team have put together this informational video as a blessing to our teams of pastors in many nations. While the technical details are not included on drainage systems, overflows, etc, this video is intended to introduce the concept, to encourage and to show each of our campus pastors that this and similar projects can be done in their localities.
Pastor Suku has agreed to be available by email to any of out pastors who would like to get more specific technical details or to consult with him on this matter. He speaks English and Bengali. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope that this introduction video will bless you, encourage you and inspire you in these hard times so that you too can prayerfully excel in such projects for your ministry location, your family and those who are in need of vitamin rich food such as fish.
Watch the video about the fish farm, but also see the pictures of the church meeting, the sewing training project, the Jesus Film Show projector meetings, the Covid Relief projects, the food for the hungry and his family Cecilia, Jim and Joy Ranjon.
Pastor Jedidiah on behalf of Pastor Suku and his team in Bangladesh.
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