Perhaps eating new foods is a simple but profound act of surrendering to God’s mission to bring all people together through Jesus Christ our Lord—without having to sacrifice our deep cultural identities.
Indonesian Light Church
Backpacks for the Border
With a matching grant from the Conference, Franconia congregations raised over $20,000, which made it possible to donate more than 370 kits.
At Home, Far from Home
“This is complicated work; in a conference that is predominantly white, recognizing that every group has its own dominant culture at work … “
An Indonesian Food Story
I believe that food is the entrance to the heart and soul …
Beyond Our Comfort Zones
By overcoming the obstacle of money, churches can begin to experiment; leaders and congregations are encouraged to be more creative.
Congregational Profile: Indonesian Light Church
Indonesian Light Church, Philadelphia, PA, asks for your prayers, that they would have the capacity to reach out and becoming a spiritual home to many unchurched people in South Philadelphia. […]
Celebrating Nations and Generations in South Philly
by Aldo Siahaan, Leadership Minister, with Chantelle Todman Moore, Intercultural Coach We walked silently through the streets of South Philadelphia. Pastor Joshua and Anita So from San Francisco and I […]
Introducing Indonesian Light Congregation
Indonesian Light Church (ILC) was founded on January 22, 2012 in Philadelphia, in the home of one of the elders. On that day, the first service took place with other […]