Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia Thursday, June 13, 2013
- Giving the produce from a piece of land in Sumatera to help support the school
- Working to send students to the college for training
- Providing training for skills that can be used to help support graduates that go into new areas
- Providing tools for graduates so they can utilize their work skills and provide financial support for their ministries
- Providing scholarships for new students
INTC was established in 1981 and is a campus of roughly four acres. God has worked through this college to prepare more than 300 students for ministry in the Indonesian context, with graduates having gone to many of the more than 17,000 islands and some 700 unreached people groups that make up the country.
Prayer is requested for the 51 students now enrolled. Most of these students come from underprivileged backgrounds and even the modest US$800 annual fees per student can in many cases represent a seemingly insurmountable hurdle.
For more information about current prayer needs or becoming involved with the Church of the Nazarene’s work in Indonesia, contact the Asia-Pacific Regional Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.