Indonesia's Religious Frontline

At 8 am each Sunday morning for two years at the Indramayu State Prison in West Java prison, the jailhouse doors were opened to allow Christians in the surrounding community to attend religious services in a small, brightly painted chapel beside the prison's mosque. Three women – Rebekka Zakaria and her two friends, Ratna Bangun and Eti Pangesti built the chapel and claim to have made more than 20 adult converts within the prison walls.

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