In Bangladesh, tea garden representatives live in estate-owned housing – mud homes with no electricity or running water. Virtually everything they own belongs to the tea estate. Representatives make between 52 and 64 cents per day. If they were to leave this life they’d leave with the clothes on their back and a few cents in their pockets, a Bangladeshi church planter says. It’s courage and confidence in Christ that brings this church planter to these tea gardens. There are 20 churches and 82 Christians that he knows of in the tea estates.

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