Blog format to change soon!

The blog team would like to let you know that we are working on organizing the blog so that it is easier to read and use.  We hope to have forums in place as soon as possible.  We have had a professional volunteer his skills to help us, for which we are grateful!  Please be patient with us as we attempt to get better organized.  Thank you so much!

The Blog Team

About Bangladesh MKs Speak

We are a group of American former missionary kids (MKs) who lived in Bangladesh while Donn Ketcham worked as a missionary doctor there with the mission agency Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE) out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
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3 Responses to Blog format to change soon!

  1. Steve DeCook says:

    One comment on the blog format – it is convenient to have one section where all of the posts are listed – because it allows you to search (CTL-F) to find something you remember reading earlier. The search feature works with both PC’s and Apples – and it is quite useful

  2. Scott says:

    You should be able to search the blog by entering “” into Google plus whatever search terms you want.

    For example: “ scott”

  3. Auntiehhose says:

    Over the years there were many of us adults who passed through your lives. We came as nurses, doctors, teachers, neighbours and friends. Some stayed for only weeks or months and some stayed for years. All of us had a responsibility, in some way, to protect you. All of us wonder what we missed, what we may have turned a blind eye to, what we failed to recognized or what we failed to act on that may have protected you.

    I would like you to know that we loved you and desired only your good, and still do. You are wonderful young men and women in whom God has begun a great work. In spite of what happened to you personally, God did great things in the lives of those your parents loved and gave so much for. What this man did to you will not diminish your sacrifice or that of your parents.
    We encourage you to speak out, to not blame yourselves, to not feel ashamed to name this violation for what it is, to feel free to tell your story and to call on those who were charged with the responsibility of protecting you to honour that commitment even now.
    Most of all we ask that you would forgive us and that you would not let this man’s behaviour in any way reflect or limit what God means to do through your life.

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