From Islam to Jesus

Written by Doug Giles on September 24, 2019

How did an orphan kid living in a mosque in the world’s most populous Muslim country come to build 12 Christian orphanages, 20+ Christian radio stations and more than 1000 Christian churches?

For a pennyless ophan abandoned by his own father, that’s quite an accomplishment, wouldn’t you say?

We’ve got the first of three interviews with Pastor Paulus Wiratno from Indonesia as he tells us in his own words the amazing story that took him from being an abandoned child to being a founder of orphanages, planter of churches and builder of radio stations — in addition to being a Christian pastor.

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