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About the Solar Act

The Solar Act founders are Mr. RudenWong Chi Wa, and Carrien Sung Mei Ling. Because of God's call, and after many visits to Indonesia, we finally confirmed to start ministries in Batam island and work closely with the H.K. missionary. In 2019, we successfully established a non-profit Christian organization, the Solar Act Batam, in Indonesian Batam. Under the Solar Act Batam, we opened a Christian kindergarten school, the Light and Hope Christian Kindergarten, in 2020. We are committed to other charitable efforts to bring more people to know the Lord Jesus.

In 2020, we started another ministry in Hong Kong to partner with the two Indonesian missionaries to serve the Indonesian workers here.

The Solar Act position is a bridge to bring the true and accurate message of the forward-doing workers back to the church and the believers in the rear. Help the rear resources can be more accurate and more strategic. In addition, we will also be responsible for sharing and promoting relevant education.

First Visit

In 2014, we first set foot on the Indonesian island of Batam, where we met the Hong Kong missionary, her team, and the serving church. The missionary had served there for eight to nine years. On our first visit, we came across the Muslim Ramadan month and saw how people had religious solid overtones from clothing, food, life, and rest. I was sad when I watched the residents living in strict dogma and enduring a loud prayer every three to four hours. I reflected that I needed to be more serious about Jesus Christ's love and was not always grateful for His salvation.

We're touched

We went to Batam again the following year because it responded to God's call to learn more about Muslims. But on that trip, we gained a new experience: the difficulties of the Church and Christians and how they were not afraid of suppression, persecution, and striving to preach the gospel and support each other.


In the third year, we went to Batam Island, where we lived for a month, to work with the missionary to understand the mission strategy and God's purposes. During the month, we learned how to host short-term mission visitations, school teachings, visits to the poor, orphanages and sponsored students, visits to the Muslims on a neighboring island, and another mission base on Bintan Island. We were impressed by the Bintan trip, not because of the first time to go, not because of her poverty, but because the mission base needed more workers. After the missionary had left, the base was emptied for two years. 

​What if?

Thanks to God, when we tried to figure out how to help the gospel work there, God gave us four plans: 1. Solar, 2. funding poor students, 3. Funding orphanages, and 4. The establishment of Christian kindergartens.

However, these programs are not our majors; we must determine how to proceed. So we ask God, is this His call? God has given us a lot of confirmation. First, we couple prayed separately but also got the same feeling, and second, an overseas believer who promised to support the orphanage. 




Perhaps people will ask how establishing these works will help the missionary. We believe that the gospel and welfare should go hand in hand because we cannot just speak of love but see brothers in need, and we ignore it! (Jacob 2:16) Moreover, if a missionary has these platforms, they are more likely to reach people, especially in Indonesia, a Muslim-majority country.

What we have done, in addition to solar energy, basically already have other Christian teams doing. Still, they are complicated to operate because the government despises them and needs more funding. Then, by the radical Mumin nuisance, we overseas Christians need to help each other for the glory of God's kingdom!

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