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Indonesia Church Partnership

Let's Bring Change through Theological Training

GMP’s partnership in Indonesia focuses on two training colleges – the Asia Pacific Christian Mission International School (API) in Bandung and the Indonesian Christian Church Theological School of Indonesia' (CCTSI) in Salatiga - whose vision is to train church planters and equip young people to follow Jesus. Students are trained and equipped for ministry during their four years of study spending weekends travelling to village settings where they build relationships, share their faith, assist local churches and begin the process of planting new churches. The final practicum included in their studies involves living in a church planting and ministry setting for one year. GMP helps subsidise student college fees and assists students with the costs of travelling to their rural church planting and ministry settings. GMP also helps to nurture pre-existing Churches of Christ churches and new church planting projects in Indonesia, providing support by mentoring church leaders.

These students are truly on fire for God, ministering in settings where their beliefs are not always welcome

GMP formally entered into partnership with Indonesia in 2011. This relationship builds on contacts that have grown over recent years and a foundation laid in the past by Australian missionaries. Today there are more than 280 local churches and church planting projects.

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Hery Susanto

Hery Susanto

I am the Academic Dean of Church of Christ Theological School Indonesia. My role is assisting young people who are willing to serve the Lord in the mission field. I love to see them bring Christ to the people and mature in their faith.

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