Rev. Agus Marjanto
Rev. Agus Marjanto is currently serving International Reformed Evangelical Church (IREC) Sydney, Australia, and Karawaci, Jakarta as the pastor. In His grace, God is using him as spiritual revival evangelist and also as lecturer at STTRI International, Jakarta.
He completed his bachelor degree in chemical engineering at Institute Teknologi Indonesia, then master of divinity (M.Div) at STTRI Indonesia and Master of Theology (M.Th) at STTRI International with the focus of study in the area of puritan spirituality and movement
Rev. Agus Marjanto is married to Vik. Sariwati Darmawan and has been blessed with 3 children, Timothy, Ivana and Emily
Rev. Billy Kristanto
Rev. Billy Kristanto has served in the discipline of Church Music since his early years in Sunday school. After completing his secondary education, he pursued a music degree in Cembalo di Berlin (UDK) under Mitzi Meyerson. In 1996, he obtained a post-graduate degree from the Royal Conservatory located in Den Haag under Ton Koopman. Rev. Billy also studied forte-piano under the guidance of Stanley Hoogland. In 2002, he graduated in Master of Christian Studies from the International Reformed Evangelical Seminary (STTRII) and completed two doctorate degrees in Ruprecht Karls Universität Heidelberg where he received two titles, namely Dr. Phil. Musicology and Dr. Theology. Rev. Billy Kristanto published two sermon series, which are “Teach us how to Grow” and “Teach us how to Struggle”. He served as an editor for Momentum Publishing and his edited books comprise of: “Aspects of John Calvin’s Thoughts”, “Me, Myself, and Virtue”, “Tears of Marriage”. Rev. Billy is currently serving at the International Reformed Evangelical Church branch in Perth, and is married to Suzianty. They have four children and their middle names are Gottlob, Gottlieb, Gottfriend, and Gottreu.
Rev. Budy Setiawan
IREC Melbourne / Auckland
Rev. Budy Setiawan, S. Th., M. Div. is currently serving as a pastor in International Reformed Evangelical Church (IREC) branches in Melbourne, Australia, and in Auckland, New Zealand. He completed his degree in Bachelor of Theology (S.Th) in 1999, and obtained the title Master of Divinity (M.Div) in 2008 from STTRI Indonesia, located in Jakarta, Indonesia.
He instilled a core question while he was studying in Perth, namely “Where do I serve God most effectively?”, before he entered theological seminary. He has served in many IREC (GRII) church branches in Indonesia, including the mother church in Jakarta, as well as Bintaro and Matraman. He also served in IREC (GRII) Singapore.
Since 2006, Rev. Budy has served as a pastor in IREC (GRII) Melbourne. He is married to Ev. Maria Lusiana and has two daughters, Valerie and Charissa.
Vic. Maria Lusiana
Vic. Maria Lusiana is a mother of two children and have completed M.A. in Clinical Psychology from STTRI Indonesia, in Jakarta. Since 1999, she has taught pastoral counseling, giving lectures on the subject of children, adolescents, youth, marriage and family, as well as counselling services.
She currently supports services of her husband, Rev. Budy Setiawan in International Reformed Evangelical Church (IREC) Melbourne.
Vic. Sariwati Darmawan
Vic. Sariwati Darmawan is a mother of 3 children. She completed Chemical Engineering degree from Institut Teknologi Indonesia (ITI) in 1995. Then she finished her M.A. in counselling from STTRI Indonesia in 2005. Currently, Vic Sariwati Darmawan is serving together with her husband, Rev. Agus Marjanto M.Th and their three children, Timothy, Ivana, and Emily in IREC (GRII) Karawaci and IREC (GRII) Sydney
Phillip Island Adventure Resort
1775 - 1801 Phillip Island Rd,
Cowes, VIC, 3922
Phillip Island is 2.5 hours drive away from the Melbourne Airport. It's one of the few retreat venues that could accommodate up to 500 people. Plenty of parking space is available on site.
For participants coming from other states, Airport pickup will be available for interstate participants at Tullamarine International Airport at 11.00 AM on Thursday 27th September 2018. The coach will make an enroute lunch stop at San Remo around 1.00 PM before arriving at PIAR. All interstate participant are provided a return coach to airport from PIAR on Sunday 30th September 2018. The coach is scheduled to arrive at airport on 5pm.
A coach will be available for local (VIC) participants at IREC Melbourne at 1.00 PM on Thursday 27th September 2018. This is a non-stop transport to PIAR.
The coach takes all participants to PIAR and back to IREC Melbourne