Forgotten Missionaries International Continues Church-planting Expansion in Indonesia

FMI is continuing its church-planting expansion work in Indonesia. The ministry began the work last year by establishing multiple leadership teams on different islands. These teams mentor and guide their own set of church planters on their island.

Expanding Church Planting

Now, Bruce Allen with FMI says they see the fruits of the labor. But with exponentially growing church plants comes a need to support new church planters. In this year alone, FMI has helped support five new church planters who are doing multiple church plants. But, there are still six church planters who need support. Will you help?

“There are guys in seminary, even now, in Indonesia. They’re saying ‘Hey, we want to be mobilized to share the Gospel with our own countrymen. We just need some help and doing it, especially as we go out into the very rural areas.’ That’s where FMI really stands alongside of these guys to help them in their early years of church planting as they can be empowered to lead their congregations to maturity,” Allen says.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Bethann Flynn