Halfway across the globe, in the country with the largest Islamic population in the world, God is opening doors for Focus on the Family on enemy ground. January 14th, 2023 marks a historical day for the ministry as we re-establish an Associate office in Indonesia, a country with over 299 million Muslims. Wee Min, Regional Director of Focus Asia, (including Associate offices in Malaysia, Singapore, Mongolia and Taiwan) reported, “This is the first time having so many board members with different professional and church backgrounds. A major, major praise!”

Relaunching the Office

  • Having a presence in Indonesia since 1996, Focus Indonesia recently reopened their office. Watch below to see some of the excitement in relaunching Focus on the Family Indonesia.

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The Solanos Family’s Story

Álvaro and Cynthia dated for over six years before starting their dream of being married. Then, just three short years later, Álvaro says that “the problems started.” Cynthia describes, “I remember I arrived at Enfoque a la Familia with a broken heart.” But through Christcentered counseling, prayer, and even newly discovered church attendance, the couple began the journey to healing.


Four decades of pastoring

Enfoque a la Familia [Focus on the Family] Ecuador emphasizes counseling and training professionals to help families thrive in Christ.  Hundreds of couples have gone through their family, personal, and professional development programs to receive training for their marriages and ministries. 
“We need to urgently understand every aspect of our life, to heal many wounds that without knowing, were open. During this course with Enfoque a la Familia, we were able to pause and confront that situation the best way possible, so we can be completely healed.” Pastores Cañas
“In the course that Focus on the Family Ecuador teaches to pastors and counselors we are seeing God heal hearts. We are equipping them to be better fathers and husbands, mothers, wives, parents… and at the same time, we are encouraging them to address these issues in their congregations.” Sixto Porras, Pastor and VP of Hispanic Ministry Development, Enfoque a la Familia.