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    Missions Leader Denounces Sri Lanka Terrorist Bombings as an Attack of Fear on ‘Holiest Day’

    GFA Founder K.P. Yohannan Mourns the Deaths of Nearly 300  on Easter as Government Declares State of Emergency STONEY CREEK, Ontario – The Easter Sunday attacks on eight churches and hotels that killed nearly 300 people in Sri Lanka were aimed at large gatherings of people across the nation and intended to intimidate and sow fear,… Keep Reading…

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    GFA World To Drill Over 4,000 “Jesus Wells” in Asia’s Most Thirsty Hotspots

    FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Gregg Wooding @ 972-567-7660    gwooding@inchristcommunications.com   World Water Day on March 22 Spotlights Chronic Water Shortages, Issues Call to “Leave Nobody Behind” STONEY CREEK, Ontario–Faith-based humanitarian agency GFA World (formerly: Gospel For Asia) today announced plans to drill more than 4,000 of its unique “Jesus Wells” in the most needy communities this year, as World… Keep Reading…

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    ‘Dying of Thirst’: New Report Highlights Global Water Crisis

    Urgent Action Needed Now to Combat Deadly Waterborne Diseases and Critical Water Shortage, Says GFA World STONEY CREEK, Ontario  —  An eye-opening report from GFA (formerly Gospel for Asia), a leading faith-based humanitarian agency, has revealed key new insights into a critical survival issue – what experts are calling a “worldwide water crisis” that threatens to get… Keep Reading…

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    GFA Mourns Death of Village Pastor Killed After Abduction at Gunpoint in Myanmar

     Tun N., serving with GFA  field partner,  leaves behind a wife and three children  STONEY CREEK, Ontario—GFA (formerly Gospel for Asia, www.gfa.ca) is mourning the loss of one of its field-partner workers, a pastor who has been reported dead after being abducted at gunpoint in Myanmar, formerly Burma. The tragic death of Pastor Tun N., aged 41, was confirmed… Keep Reading…

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    GFA Issues Prayer Appeal on Behalf of Village Pastor Abducted at Gunpoint in Myanmar

     Concerns growing for the safety of South Asia church leader Tun N., serving with GFA Asia field partner   STONEY CREEK, Ontario—GFA (formerly Gospel for Asia, www.gfa.ca) has issued an urgent prayer appeal on behalf of one of its field-partner workers who was abducted at gunpoint in Myanmar, formerly Burma. Tun N., aged 41, who pastors a congregation… Keep Reading…

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    World Leprosy Day Outreach and Special Report Spotlight ‘Healing Touch’ Ministry to Asia’s Marginalized

    GFA-supported workers’ hands-on care for sufferers brings practical help and spiritual hope  to those still marginalized by long-feared disease   STONEY CREEK, Ontario—GFA (formerly Gospel for Asia, www.gfa.ca) is spotlighting its efforts to bridge the historic social gulf caused by the disfiguring disease that leaves sufferers disadvantaged and often despised—one outstretched arm at a time.   As GFA-supported workers prepare… Keep Reading…

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    Skip the eggnog latte and buy someone a passport out of poverty, instead

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, December 6, 2018. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Gregg Wooding @ 972-567-7660 gwooding@inchristcommunications.com ‘Forgotten Christmas’ Campaign Helps Raise Struggling Families Above Poverty Line in Asia GFA World’s (formerly Gospel for Asia) holiday gift catalogue provides income-generating resources that offer ‘self-support and dignity’  STONEY CREEK, Ontario—As holiday shopping in the North America is predicted to top $1 trillion this year, GFA World(www.gfa.ca) is urging Christians in… Keep Reading…

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    GFA Poverty Eradication Report Underscores World Children’s Day Goal of a Brighter Future

    School lessons at GFA-supported Bridge of Hope centers help families break free from  the ‘self-perpetuating’ cycle of poverty and low education STONEY CREEK, Ontario —  As the world “goes blue” to mark World Children’s Day (Nov. 20) GFA (formerly Gospel for Asia, www.gfa.ca) is bringing attention to another colour in its efforts to improve the lives of children at risk—the red line of… Keep Reading…

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    World Toilet Day Spotlights GFA’s Life-Changing Provision of Basic Facilities

    Global focus brings attention to GFA’s efforts to improve health and well-being by helping provide simple essentials STONEY CREEK, Ontario  —   Ribbon-cutting ceremonies typically mark the opening of a grand new building, but in Asia they can even celebrate a more modest, but life-changing construction—of a simple outhouse. The enthusiastically attended formal dedications follow the provision of desperately… Keep Reading…

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    Soap-and-Water Lessons Bring Health and Help to Some of Asia’s Struggling Poor

    To mark Global Handwashing Day, GFA World (formerly: Gospel for Asia)-supported teams hold special good hygiene classes that reduce sickness and improve well-being  STONEY CREEK, Ontario  —   A simple bar of soap is making a big difference in the lives of people in impoverished communities across Asia. Distributed by GFA-supported workers (www.gfa.ca), it is the centrepiece of a hygiene… Keep Reading…

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    Global Focus Shines a Light on Group’s Efforts to Equip Girls for a Brighter Future

    Through community schooling programs, GFA World (formerly Gospel for Asia) helps offer  fresh hope to young victims of gender-based prejudice STONEY CREEK, Ontario —  This year’s focus of the United Nations’ annual International Day of the Girl Child, emphasizing the need for better educational opportunities for girls under the theme “With Her: A Skilled GirlForce,” brings a spotlight… Keep Reading…

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    GFA-supported Relief Help Needed More Than Ever as Drought, Earthworm Crises Follow Kerala Flooding

    Supplies, encouragement and relief-camp-wedding meal remind flood victims that ‘God has not forgotten you’  STONEY CREEK, Ontario  —  With thousands still reeling from the impact of historic flooding, a second major crisis drying up wells and killing helpful earthworms has heightened the need for GFA’s (formerly Gospel for Asia, www.gfa.ca) ongoing relief help in India’s Kerala state. GFA-supported workers have… Keep Reading…

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