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... and their electrician. Why the electrician?Because they wanted me to take someone with me, said he was very practical, spoke good english, it was his day off and he wanted to. Fair enough, and he turned out to be a fantastic, enthusiastic guide and of great help. Chittagong reminds me of some of the lesser visited Indian towns I went to for work many years ago, particlularly Amritsar. Being a ...
... before I left. Since it was Christmas Eve, I said I would read Luke 2. But even though I've read it 2 or 3 times in Bangla, and heard it half-a-dozen more, it's not pretty. And those names right at the beginning really throw me. So when Joytu corrected me in pronunciation (telling me how to pronounce it in English!!), I asked if he would like to read. He in turn said that dad could. So next thing I know, Mridul ...
... And I was surprised how much easier it's getting to try to explain stuff as I go along -- I can actually do what I need to and figure out how to explain it in Bangla... for the most part.
... a card or two a month is leaving me drowning. Is God trying to teach me to rely wholly on Him? Still?
Another thing is language study. While it appears that I am moving along swiftly enough, I sure feel like I don’t know much… especially this past week or so. I finally went to Bangla church again this past Friday, something I haven’t done much since I arrived last year. I was hardly able to understand anything, while Kathleen ...
... it while others probably did and kept quiet because of family pressure.) When we say "we wish you were here" we really do wish you could see this astounding country and meet these faithful believers. Please remember to pray for the country of Bangladesh.
(See story under rickshaw picture.)
(Have you read Daktar by Vig Olsen or On Duty in Bangladesh by Jeannie Lockerbie? We were at the Malamghat station they talk about and highly recommend the books!)