It is not a tourist boat. It is a floating hospital!

Strong winds blew in Bang-la-desh. Rain poured. Homes flooded.

How could people get help? Bring doctors to them!

Vol-un-teers hired a tourist boat. It carried doctors and dentists to hurting people.

Read More: Monsoons are strong winds that blow across Bangladesh every year. Villages along the country’s coast were badly flooded for months. Roads washed out. People could not get medical help. A charity hired a tourist boat and called it “Jibon Kheya” (lifeboat). Eight doctors and nurses, two dentists, and one eye doctor, plus 12 volunteers, sailed to water-logged places. They helped hundreds of people. Hebrews 13:16 reminds us, “Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.”