Darmawan was born into a Christian family in Indonesia. The village where he grew up was very secular. Darmawan accepted Jesus as his personal Lord and Savior when he was older after attending church services. he has since e held fast to his faith in the midst of a non-Christian culture. He studied theology and discovered without a doubt that God was calling him to evangelism. He now serves the people of Indonesia as a church planter, primarily among Buddhists. Darmawan and his wife, Saudur have six children.
Serves with AMG International in Indonesia
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Indonesia is a predominately Muslim country in Southeast Asia. Many work as farmers, but due to the uncertain climate it’s difficult for them to maintain their crops. Other common occupations include construction workers, freelancers, and house cleaners. Many of the families are poor and do not have the funds to pay for medical treatment. Multiple families have to live together in the same house a lot of the time. Many parents lack a formal education and get married young. Domestic violence is also prominent and husbands are prone to leave their families.