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Purwati has been serving as a children-at risk care worker in Indonesia for more than eighteen years and in South East Asia region for about three years as well as some experiences in the ministry for vulnerable children in South Asia region.

She believes that all children, regardless their races, ages, religions, ethnics and cultural background are very precious and were born with God-given dignity. She graduated from the Master Program of the Holistic Child Development Institute of Malaysia Baptist Theological Seminary (MBTS), Penang – Malaysia in 2014.

Tasha Stefani Wiradjaja

Tasha is currently studying Psychology at the University of York. Though she’s originally from Indonesia, she has been an expatriate for the majority of her life; having lived in Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, and UK.

She enjoys reading, traveling, and is passionate about helping others and creating positive change!


Sam is the Director of a non-profit organization in Malaysia. He specializes in Information Technology and leads a team of great employees that serve south-east Asia in the area of tech.

His heart’s desire is for the youths and the children in Malaysia to experience God’s love and truth.

Kuriake Kharismawan

Kuriake Kharismawan is Clinical Psychologist, founder of Center for Trauma Recovery of the Soegijapranata Catholic University, Semarang, Indonesia.