[MA’dyoo]/noun/ a Malaysian word meaning “honey”
Like most Sun Bear cubs, Madu is lively and rarely sits still. While he scampers through the forest near his home in Malaysia, the little bear loves to imagine adventures for himself, especially adventures from the Bible. His mother often finds Madu among the trees, pretending to be Moses parting the Red Sea or Noah giving orders to the zebras from the upper deck of the ark.
The people who follow the religion of Islam are called Muslims. They believe in one supreme God but don’t know that Jesus is God’s Son who was sent to die for their sins. Muslims consider Jesus to be Isa, a prophet and teacher but not God or the promised Savior.
A country in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is split between mainland Asia and an island in the South China Sea. Most of those people, 60 percent, practice Islam, while 19 percent practice Buddhism. Only 9 percent believe that Jesus Christ is God’s son and that He can take away their sins.