May 26, 2010

Providing Solutions in Bangladesh

Shelly Meyer

Some of the underprivileged children of Bangladesh receive nutritious food and education through the three Joyce Meyer Ministries feeding centers in the Gopalgnj and Gazipur provinces. The emphasis at these feeding centers is on education as well as health and nutrition. The centers also help the children by creating an interest in them to lead a life with good values. Many lives are being transformed.

Six year old Torikul Sheik comes from a family of seven. Despite his great efforts, it is difficult for Torikul’s father to feed the family each day with his meager income. In addition, education for his children is something Torikul’s father just cannot afford. However, these circumstances have never hindered Torikul Sheik from dreaming. One of the Joyce Meyer Ministries feeding centers in Bangladesh has played a vital role in making this family of seven happy and content by providing them with basic needs of food and education.

Torikul is known as a very bright and prompt student by his teachers. This happy child thanks the Joyce Meyer Ministries feeding program for turning his life around. Visit our website for more information about Hand of Hope.