Who isn’t trying to help the victims in the tsunami-ravaged province of Aceh to find the way? Though WorldHelp, the Virginia-based evangelical group that had planned to adopt 300 Aceh tsunami orphans and raise them in a Christian home, has abandoned its plans, the mixing of religion and relief goes on. The Times of India reports that the Colorado Springs-based International Bible Society will distribute 100,000 texts, among them a book translated into Thai titled When Your Whole World Changes; a Muslim foundation has distributed nearly 2,000 Korans and militant Islamic groups are offering religious counseling and veils with its food supplies in Aceh; and the Church of Scientology is administering grief counseling and massages to victims.