Story number 3 for 18 Jun 2003

By June 18, 2003

(Indonesia)–Despite recent Muslim-Christian violence in Indonesia in recent years, a radio ministry is helping to introduce people to the Gospel. Words of Hope’s Lee DeYoung just returned from the Island of Sulawesi. “Words of Hope is broadcasting in cooperation with Far East Broadcasting Company in two languages, Makasssar and Buginese. And, we have people on that island, native to that island, who are producing daily 30-minute programs in each of those languages and found that the programs can be heard and that there seems to be a good effort to reach out to their neighbors.” DeYoung says Indonesia is still a volatile country and he’s asking people to pray for believers there. “There are places where you can see tension between Christians and Muslims, so in those situations that believers would stand firm for the Gospel, but still do so in a way that projects peace and friendship.”

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