Address: GPO Box no. 3200, Dhaka, Bangladesh
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About Isa-e Church Bangladesh
Mathew 28:19–20, "you, therefore, must go out, making disciples of all nations, and baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all the commandments which I have given you"
Isa-e Church Bangladesh is a family of churches with a rich, warm heritage in the Reformation doctrines of grace. It was established by converts to Christianity with a Muslim background. We formed this church group as a platform for Muslim background believers to practice Christianity in a way that relates to their cultural heritages.
"To demonstrate Christian faith in action in the marketplace, represent Jesus Christ in and through our business ventures and commend Him to others through our example".
Isa-e Church Bangladesh’s first and foremost missions are:
To evangelize and plant Jamats (churches) among the majority people of Bangladesh as Jesus called all believers to do (Matt 28:18-20).
Many of Isa-e believers have been living scattered all over the country since the time of our liberation war, almost without pastoral care or Christian fellowship. This has been due to a lack of discipline after they came to faith. One of our main priorities is to inspire them, so that they may congregate for worship and have good fellowship with the Main Line Churches (Hebrew 10:25).