Indonesian Church Torched

Following the burning down of an Indonesian Christian Church on October 13th, Indonesian Christians are asking for prayer, especially for Christians living in the Aceh Singkil regency, Aceh province. The torching of the church happened after a social media message

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Indonesian Churches’ Peaceful Protest

Two Christian churches in Jakarta, Indonesia, are continuing to hold joint services outside the gates of the presidential palace, as a protest against the wrongful closure of their church buildings. The two congregations have been gathering on alternate Sundays for

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Jesus Groups Grow in Indonesia

Raharjo (not his real name) was a school drop-out on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi looking for work, when he was recruited by a jihadist organisation. Like many young Muslim men, he was paid to attack Christian villages with the

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Rise in Support for ISIS in Indonesia

There is growing concern that recent terror attacks and the ISIS movement around the globe may reignite terrorist activities in Indonesia, a country that has had a history of deadly attacks by Muslim militants, including church bombings in 2001, Bali

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Hope for Indonesian Christians

The President of Indonesia, along with the Ministers for Religious and Home Affairs is proposing a bill to present before Parliament within the next six months, that has significant implications for Christians in Indonesia. The bill, if passed, will protect

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Indonesia: youth drug issues

The new manufactured drugs are gaining a foothold in Indonesia as youth there find alternate ways to find entertainment and deal with the social issues that challenge their lives.

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