Agus is a sixth-grader from Kalimantan, Indonesia, a small village located on the rainforested island of Borneo.
Agus’ family practices Animism, the belief that souls possess everyday objects and plants . Agus did too, until seven dollars introduced him to the Gospel. Bruce Allen of FMI tells the story.
Indonesia is a predominantly Muslim country. Out of more than 263 million people, 229 million are Muslim. Christians do make up the second-largest group, but at only 26 million, Christians are outnumbered nearly 9-to-1. Despite these odds, Agus met and became friends with multiple Christian students at his school.
One Teacher’s Impact
Agus also had a Christian teacher who had conversations with him about the Gospel.
“Agus started to have a conversation with his teacher about who made these things like the rocks and the trees and the rivers. The Christian teacher explained the Christian belief of Creation. And this God who designed the universe, loved his Creation,” Allen says.
The story of creation, rebellion, love, and redemption fascinated Agus and left him wanting to know more.
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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kali Katerberg