Torrential rains caused flooding in southeast Bangladesh this summer that caused many people to lose both their homes and their daily work, and local missionaries provided emergency food and shelter to hundreds of them, including some recently baptized Christians. Roughly 75 percent of the people who received food were Muslims or followers of tribal religions, and the aid provided opportunities to share the gospel. More flooding was expected during the rainy season of late fall. Workers need donations to provide disaster relief throughout the country. Pray that disaster-stricken people will receive new hope in Christ.