GFA is committed to serving the "least of these" in Asia, often in places where no one else is serving, so they can experience the love of God for the first time. GFA partners with the Church worldwide to support national workers, equipping them to serve as the hands and feet of Christ in four main ways.
GFA trains and equips national missionaries to minister to those within their own cultures. These humble servants of God minister to people's deepest needs, both physically and spiritually, in countries that are largely closed to Western missionaries.
More than 75,000 children from impoverished families are being given hope and a brighter future through GFA's Bridge of Hope Program. This sponsorship program provides a way for children in India, Nepal and other parts of Asia to receive an education, medical checkups and more in Jesus' name.
Many families in Asia do not have the basic necessities for healthy living. GFA-supported workers help meet these needs by providing things such as clean water, income-producing farm animals, sewing machines and vocational training.
GFA-supported national workers serve victims of natural disasters and those who are often rejected by society, such as widows and leprosy patients. These Compassion Services teams love the Lord and serve the needy from that same heart.
For more information, visit: 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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