Gospel for Asia: A Special Love for People

WILLS POINT, TX – Gospel for Asia (GFA World) founded by KP Yohannan, whose heart to love and help the poor has inspired numerous charities like Gospel for Asia Canada – Discussing how Gospel for Asia cannot be clearly understood until it is seen as a ministry motivated by “a special love for the people… Continue reading Gospel for Asia: A Special Love for People

Gospel for Asia Aids and Assists on World AIDS Day

ASIA – Gospel for Asia’s (GFA) ministry partners continued their tradition of educating and assisting people in Asia about the pervasive problem of HIV and AIDS on World AIDS Day. GFA-supported workers use the annual December 1 day of observation as an opportunity to make people aware of the dangerous disease and to minister to… Continue reading Gospel for Asia Aids and Assists on World AIDS Day

Doctors Without Borders Suspends Work After Attacks on Ebola Clinics in Congo

NORTH KIVU PROVINCE – Doctors Without Borders has temporarily suspended its operations treating patients for the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo following armed attacks on two of its clinics. The attacks on February 24th and 27th were described by witnesses as brazen and violent. Buildings and vehicles were set ablaze. After… Continue reading Doctors Without Borders Suspends Work After Attacks on Ebola Clinics in Congo

Leading Cause of Death in 2018 Kills 42 Million

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the leading cause of death in the world in 2018 claimed the lives of 42 million people. That’s more than the number who died from cancer, malaria, HIV/AIDS, smoking, alcohol, and traffic accidents combined. Worldometers estimates that there was a total of 59 million deaths globally during the… Continue reading Leading Cause of Death in 2018 Kills 42 Million

GFA-Supported Pastors & Students Bring Awareness on World AIDS Day

Missions Box News recently published a report about GFA-supported pastors and missionaries who had visited an orphanage in which all 28 boys have lost their parents to AIDS and are themselves infected with the dread disease. The pastors and missionaries undertook this effort to assist and encourage the boys and educate them about the HIV… Continue reading GFA-Supported Pastors & Students Bring Awareness on World AIDS Day

Presence in Time of Trouble | In Person at the Kerala Floods

Kerala, India, experienced flooding due to monsoon rains that have not been seen or experienced since 1924.

KERALA – There is one emotion common to anyone caught in a major flood. Fear. It is a fear that comes, like the water, in waves. The first wave of fear begins with the initial awareness that a flood is possible. This fear is allayed by the hope that “Maybe it won’t affect me.” The… Continue reading Presence in Time of Trouble | In Person at the Kerala Floods

Go Ye Into All the World from Sierra Leone

Alluvial diamond mining in Sierra Leone

FREETOWN – Pastor Alvin Smith arrived in Freetown, Sierra Leone in 1989 with a vision to evangelize and to build a local church ministry under the auspices of The Door World Outreach based in Tucson, Arizona. The West African nation was so poor at that time, it was ranked the second-poorest in the world. He… Continue reading Go Ye Into All the World from Sierra Leone

Nkhoma Hospital Brings Healing to Malawi

By Lt.j.g. Matthew Stroup [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

By Lt.j.g. Matthew Stroup [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons NKHOMA, Malawi – The African village of Nkhoma, its mission community, and hospital are located 60km south of Malawi’s capital Lilongwe, 15km east of the main road running from Lilongwe to Blantyre. What was established as a missionary base of operations with a single doctor in… Continue reading Nkhoma Hospital Brings Healing to Malawi

More Than 5,000 People Freed from Boko Haram

Photo by Sandrine Dole In Cameroon, 5,000 people have been freed from Boko Haram. This includes women and children. Per Fox News, “More than 5,000 people, including women and children, have been freed from extremist captivity and at least 60 Boko Haram fighters have been killed by Cameroonian and Nigerian soldiers in operations since the… Continue reading More Than 5,000 People Freed from Boko Haram

Sri Lanka Flood Kills over 200 People; Displaces over Half a Million

Sri Lanka is facing their worst floods since 2003. In it, over 200 people have been killed. Per The Indian Express, “The death toll in Sri Lanka’s floods has climbed to 202 with 94 people still missing in the country’s worst torrential rains since 2003 that displaced nearly half a million people. The Disaster Management… Continue reading Sri Lanka Flood Kills over 200 People; Displaces over Half a Million