Gospel for Asia is a ministry that seeks to reach the 2 billion people who have never heard of Jesus. The ministry started with a Tuesday night prayer meeting for the lost world and prayer is the foundation of our ministry today.
Gospel for Asia trains national missionaries to reach others from their own cultures. These workers have fewer cultural obstacles than Western missionaries. The countries Gospel for Asia works in are closed to Western missionaries.
Our missionaries are ready to suffer for their faith. One brother would switch trains in order to pass out Gospel literature. As he was doing this one day, he was from behind and beaten up. All he could think about afterward was how much this man needed the love of Jesus, so he ran after the man to give him a piece of Gospel literature.
Gospel for Asia has been reaching the lowest of the low for more than 30 years. Our workers reach out to leprosy patients and those living in slums with the love of Christ. GFA helps rebuild the lives of those affected by natural disaster by providing physical and spiritual aid.
In addition, our missionaries provide an education and an opportunity to hear about Jesus for children through Bridge of Hope.
It is the mission of Gospel for Asia for the church in the West to know Christ more intimately and to equip them to live in the light of eternity for those who have never heard of Jesus.
For more information go to: www.gfa.org.
100% of all donations preferenced for use on the mission field are sent to the mission field. Contributions are income tax deductible to the extent allowed by law, and are made with the understanding that Gospel for Asia has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds. We are dedicated to transforming communities throughout Asia with the love of Christ in word and in deed. We are committed to honoring your gift preferences; however, your contribution must be made with the understanding that Gospel for Asia reserves the right to choose where and when your gift is spent on the mission field, so as to allow us the flexibility to deploy resources in order to adapt to changing needs and circumstances.
For more information please refer to GFA's Gift Acceptance Policy×
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