October 10, 2011

Ministry Highlight: East Indonesia

We began our ministry in East Indonesia in 2005 with the Child Sponsorship Program, and in 2006 we started the Child Survival Program. Country Director Georry Nefiantuty Suardi (Tuty) joined the ministry in East Indonesia as country director in 2005….

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October 10, 2009

The Difference is Jesus

Not too long ago, Kelina wasn’t your ideal mother. She would spill her anger over onto her three children, hitting them every day. She never used an empty hand to hit them, but would use rattan to hurt them. Her children were scared of her. “I started…

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November 11, 2010

Giving Birth in the Developing World

…Most Papuan women still give birth with traditional methods in a traditional Papuan house made of wood with a grass bed. They prefer to give birth at home because they are also afraid of the service from health workers who are not always friendly. Many believe that it is…

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May 05, 2010

What Impact Does Access to Clean Water Have on a Community?

…No one would think people who live in an area rich in natural resources would have a problem getting water. But for many years, struggling to find fresh water was a way of life in Meagama Village in Papua, Indonesia’s largest province. Longstanding […]…

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March 03, 2010

Leading God’s Ministry of Light

Of the thousands of villages in Indonesia, nearly 20 percent remain dark, unreached by electricity. Though sources of energy such as rivers are plentiful and accessible, they remain untouched by technology and have not yet been tapped as electricity…

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