Multiply: Indonesia

What church looks like in a Muslim context



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January 1, 2011


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Seeking Jesus in Southeast Asia

In this episode of Multiply, visit a city in Indonesia where small groups of Muslim seekers and new believers gather to study the Bible, pray and then put their faith into action. In the face of persecution, spiritual warfare and poverty, Jesus is building His church in Indonesia.

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  • 00:00 What it’s like for a Muslim to come to Jesus
  • 01:40 What house churches look like
  • 02:20 When a house church multiplies
  • 02:49 A Muslim’s biggest objection
  • 03:49 God is at work in Indonesia

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