Chaminda is a tea seller in Buddhist-majority Sri Lanka. He was short tempered and quarrelsome while serving in the navy during the country’s civil war in which thousands were killed. Even though he credits God for saving his life three times as an unbeliever, he felt empty after following several religious traditions. Today, as a Christian, he invites people to learn about Jesus and often transports Bibles by tuk-tuk, a motorcycle taxi.
Hear how Chaminda befriended a Buddhist monk who leads a major college in the city of Kandy. And when God restored a man’s health and brought him and his son to saving faith after Chaminda prayed, referring to them as “strong as trees in Buddhism,” but now they’re followers of Christ. It’s all part of this man’s desire to see Sri Lankans embrace the Gospel as their only hope.
Tune in now and invite someone to listen with you to this Action Podcast from Bible League International. Length: 14:25.