Founded in 1980, the National Christian Fellowship of Bangladesh (NCFB) is a network of evangelical churches desiring to advance missions work in Bangladesh by equipping Christians and churches throughout the country. This is achieved through seminars, workshops, and conferences that revive and renew the vision of the churches to evangelize Bangladesh.

To help meet the incredible economic and relief needs in the country, NCFB’s humanitarian arm, Koinonia, helps thousands affected by regional disasters each year. Koinonia is the country’s top relief and development agency.

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Founded in 1980, the National Christian Fellowship of Bangladesh (NCFB) is a network of evangelical churches desiring to advance missions work in Bangladesh by equipping Christians and churches throughout the country. This is achieved through seminars, workshops, and conferences that revive and renew the vision of the churches to evangelize Bangladesh.

To help meet the incredible economic and relief needs in the country, NCFB’s humanitarian arm, Koinonia, helps thousands affected by regional disasters each year. Koinonia is the country’s top relief and development agency.

Each year, hundreds of thousands of people are left homeless as a result of natural disasters in Bangladesh, one of the most densely populated and poorest countries in the world with more than 150 million inhabitants. The country lies in a deltaic region where hundreds of rivers conglomerate. Its long coastline and vast lowlands make it vulnerable to natural calamities. Flooding is a perennial phenomenon, affecting millions of people. Thousands of acres of land that includes houses, croplands, vegetable gardens, ponds, trees, and animals are lost to river erosion. The country struggles to preserve itself by building protective embankments, but the flooding swallows even these safety precautions. Hurricanes destroy entire villages overnight, and along with the destruction of their homes, people are left jobless, seeking protection in makeshift shelters.

Bangladeshis adhere to a medley of religions. Animism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam all have roots entrenched in the country. Islam is by far the largest at 86 percent, and Christianity accounts for less than one percent. The country was founded with a secular government, but in 1988 Islam was declared the state religion. Historically, the government has been fairly tolerant of other religions, but persecution has increased over the years.

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BABF-Boys praying

PRAYER NEEDS

May 11, 2016

For the Good News to go forth through our work at National Christian Fellowship of Bangladesh and Koinonia. For protection and provision of our office staff and various arms such…

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New House Built By Koinonia

KOINONIA RELIEF & REHABILITATION

April 10, 2016

Philip is a member of one of our NCFB churches. He is 45 years old and lives with his wife and three children in an old house under the post…

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GOURI WORKING HER KITCHEN GARDEN.

GARDNER GOURI

March 10, 2016

Gouri, age 38, and her husband work in agriculture. For the last two years, her husband has been sick and could not work. They wondered what they could do. The…

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CHAMPA FEEDS HER BROOD OF DUCKS

KOINONIA FOOD SECURITY PROGRAM

February 10, 2016

Champa, age 42, and her husband have three children. Two older sons (23 and 17) do manual day labor for a rich farmer. Their 15-year-old daughter is in Class 10….

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Duck Rearing : The Koinonia Food Security Program

October 10, 2015

Missus Rampa lives with her family on a total of 100 decimals (app. 1 acre), three decimals of which are for the living quarters, fifty-seven of which are cultivable land,…

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Founded in 1980, the National Christian Fellowship of Bangladesh (NCFB) is a network of evangelical churches desiring to advance missions work in Bangladesh by equipping Christians and churches throughout the country. This is achieved through seminars, workshops, and conferences that revive and renew the vision of the churches to evangelize Bangladesh.

To help meet the incredible economic and relief needs in the country, NCFB’s humanitarian arm, Koinonia, helps thousands affected by regional disasters each year. Koinonia is the country’s top relief and development agency.

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