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Meet Max

Meet Max

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Maxensius is 24 and studies at our Bible college in Indonesia. He loves playing soccer and his favourite team is Barcelona.

In the video above, Max speaks about the troubles he faces as he witnesses to street kids, but how he has been able to overcome these obstacles by showing Christ’s love to them.

“I will serve God with joy as I continue to reach people in whatever context He leads me to,” he said.

Please pray for Max as he reaches out with the Gospel in this predominantly Muslim nation. And pray for other students who are preparing to serve God.

It costs $40 a month to sponsor a student like Max. You can help Bible college students in Indonesia, the Philippines and Burma by committing to a monthly donation or making a one-off gift.

Please consider partnering with Thirteen Three to sponsor more Bible college students.
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Meet Anti

Meet Anti

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Anti is 20 years old. When Anti was 7 years old, her village was attacked by Muslim extremists and she had to hide with her family in the jungle. Now she is passionate about Jesus and studying at Bible college.

She said, “When I first arrived, I cried and I wanted to go home, as it was difficult. But God had a plan for me to study here, and now I’m thankful.”

You can help students like Anti to attend Bible college by making a one-off donation or committing to support monthly. On average, it costs $40 a month to sponsor someone like Anti.
I hope this video encourages you as you hear Anti’s testimony and prompts you to pray for Indonesia and the Bible students there.

 

Please consider partnering with Thirteen Three to sponsor more Bible college students.
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Meet Anti, Max and Betty

Meet Anti, Max and Betty

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Each one of these students is sponsored by Thirteen Three to study theology in Indonesia, the most Muslim-populated country in the world.

Students attending Bible college in restricted nations risk their lives, and they know it. They can face isolation from family and friends, physical and psychological attacks. These continue after their graduation.

So why do they still choose to go to Bible college?

These brave young Christians know the importance of everyone hearing about Jesus. They are truly passionate about evangelism and discipleship so that everyone can grow in a relationship with God. And so, regardless of persecution, they are dedicated to being trained and prepared for a lifetime of ministry.

Here in Australia, we have an amazing opportunity to partner with Bible college students in restricted nations by supporting these students prayerfully and financially.

Over the next month you will be introduced to Betty, Max and Anti. Their testimonies will encourage you as you see how God is using them in Indonesia. Why not show these short videos at your youth group to inspire them and share the encouragement?

Please consider partnering with Thirteen Three to sponsor more Bible college students.

Donate Become a monthly supporter for $40 per month