by Lindsay Steele
Mission Network News
Several months ago in a Bangladesh village where Christians only make up 10% of the population, six converted Chakmas were ready to be baptized. But, after two were baptized, the ceremony was interrupted and obstructed by the village governor...
“...The pastor was having the mentality that he would continue with baptisms, but outside of the village, so that it wasn’t perceived as a threat to this village leader.”
Forgotten Missionaries workers started praying for an even greater solution and spread the story around, so others could join in prayer.
Allen received an update from Pastor Arjun at a leadership training conference in Bangladesh in February. “An amazing thing has happened: the village leader has reversed his decision. We are now free to stay and do ministry as we see fit. We’ve had wonderful prayer support in the past months because this was something that we brought to Mission Network News listeners’ attention...”