Albin Biswas

Serves with AMG International in Bangladesh

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“In my village there were no suitable schools for my studies so I started studying in Chunkuri where I lived in my aunt’s house. I wasn’t well-behaved child, I never wanted to go to Sunday School and during the church services and Sunday School I would secretly sneak out to go to other places. When Sunday School and church were over I went back home and told lies to my aunt. When I was sixteen years old I was still absent in church services, but through my involvement in AWANA I was forced to go to church.” The AWANA director’s sister, Nancie Dellaganna, played a big role of sharing the gospel with Albin as well as Rev: Jorge Manosh Bose, who taught him about being born again. Albin continues his testimony… “I received Jesus Christ as my Savior and I received salvation by the grace of my Lord Jesus Christ. From that day on, I became a child of God.” Albin went on to attend college and graduate school and received his masters. Albin’s vision is, “Advancing the ministry of the gospel through stable local churches with the leadership of pastors.” His many ministry activities revolve around pioneer church planting, pastoring, discipling, pastor training, youth evangelism, administration, counseling, Bible correspondence and literature distribution. Albin is married to Easther and they have two children. Please prayerfully consider partnering with this man of God to meet the deepest needs of his community. Your investments, physical and spiritual, will reap eternal results.

Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a country in South Asia. The vast majority of its inhabitants are Muslims with a large population of Hindus as well. Bangladesh is often struck by tornadoes, cyclones and much flooding. Many families are illiterate and are plagued by bad health, and have little access to high-quality healthcare. Parents often work in agriculture or textiles for meager incomes. Alcoholism is also prevalent among families.