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06 October 2021
Photo courtesy of Tiara Asrilita
Tiara Asrilita, a 2021 YAMENer from Indonesia serving in Kenya at a Catholic primary school.
Tiara Asrilita, a YAMENer from Indonesia serving in Kenya, connects to Kingdom of Glory JKI Immanuel church in Indonesia through a WhatsApp group. She receives a devotional from her pastor every day and exchanges greetings with church members.
“I fear a little bit, but Jesus protects me,” says Tiara Asrilita. “I am so grateful.”
The Young Anabaptist Mennonite Exchange Network (YAMEN) program is a joint program between Mennonite World Conference and Mennonite Central Committee. It places emphasis on expanding the fellowship between churches in the Anabaptist tradition and developing young leaders around the globe. Participants spend one year in a cross-cultural assignment starting in August and ending the following July.