Southeast Asia

Promised Land Training Center

Training ministry workers and sharing the good news of Jesus with Indonesia

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About This Cause

Promised Land Training Center, a small Bible school in Indonesia, began in 2010. The school is designed to equip young Indonesians with Biblical knowledge, help them develop godly character, and guide them to become self-supporting so they can be effective missionaries to their own people. The school’s main program consists of one year of intensive classroom instruction and the second year of concentrated practical ministry training. Additional lecturers from Singapore come to help teach at the school.

Promised Land Training Center also operates several elementary schools in various Indonesian villages. Students who attend these schools are given free tuition, allowing them to receive an education that would otherwise be unavailable. These children are taught God’s Word, enabling the ministry to reach their parents through the truths the children bring home.

The ministry also engages in many social projects, including community health, food distribution, and building water tanks and toilets. Their health programs bring doctors into a community to provide free medical care. These projects are designed to provide aid to impoverished communities while demonstrating the love of Christ.

In addition to these various ministry activities, Promised Land Training Center also has six churches, each in a different location. These growing churches provide the opportunity to minister and share God’s Word with many unreached peoples in Bali which include the Indonesian Hindu majority and the Muslim minority. These churches have also led to several house church plants. Through the Promised Land Training Center ministry, God is doing amazing, soul-saving works in Indonesia.

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