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The Rohingya Refugee Crisis on God’s Sovereignty in Suffering

The U.N. calls them the world's most persecuted people group. But God is bringing this unreached people in contact with the gospel through tragic mass displacement.

Suffering and Sovereignty in the Rohingya Crisis

You've probably heard of the plight of the Rohingya people—an unreached, Muslim people group who have been forced out of Myanmar and are flooding into Bangladesh. The U.N. calls them the world's most persecuted people group. But you probably haven't heard about the extraordinary providence of God in sovereignly using tragedy to bring the Rohingya to Bangladesh at such a crucial time when they can be received into the arms of Christian workers—workers who have been praying for them for years.

It's an amazing story that only God can write. What many have meant for evil, God is meaning for good through this refugee crisis. Tune in and hear it all as we sit down with ABWE's South Asia Executive Director.

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