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Published On: Fri, Feb 19th, 2016

Gospel for Asia- Empowering Rural People

Asia is a land of many developing nations which needs regular funding and empowerment, especially in rural areas. The constant need of aid for education and livings has given rise to NGOs and other such helping organizations. One such is the Gospel for Asia which is involved in sharing of love of Christ through national missionaries. It has involved itself into much missionary work that involves:

Reaching out victims of natural disasters

Serving in leprosy colonies

Offering medical services for poor people

For the past 30 yrs., the organization has been working hard to reach poor people of Asia to offer best service.

Let us now see general information about the organization:

General Information about Gospel for Asia:

The main aim of the organization is to provide aid to effected people in Asia, especially in rural area. From the past 30yrs, the organization has been the aided backbone for people of Asia. Below are few pointers showcasing work of the NGO:

Serving humanity by caring homeless, victims of disaster and children in need of education

Sharing the love of Christ in Asia

Is working for rural people of China, Nepal, India, UK, US, Germany, Burma, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and others.

Is entirely a religious NGO and isn’t into political controversy

The NGO doesn’t believe in forced conversion of people and doesn’t believe in religious discrimination. It is a legally formed NGO and is exempted from federal income tax under section 501 (c) 3 of Internal Revenue Code.

Stained glass at St John the Baptist's Anglican Church [1], Ashfield, New South Wales. Illustrates Jesus' description of himself "I am the Good Shepherd"  Stained glass: Alfred Handel, d. 1946  photo:Toby Hudson via wikimedia commons

Stained glass at St John the Baptist’s Anglican Church, Ashfield, New South Wales. Illustrates Jesus’ description of himself “I am the Good Shepherd” Stained glass: Alfred Handel, d. 1946 photo:Toby Hudson via wikimedia commons

Below is the list of things which NGO believes in:

Rich nations should not exploit the poor

Christ believes in loving neighbours as themselves

All sort of religious fanaticism is causing damage to humanity

Wrong to do things that will diminish the dignity of human being and we hold up human dignity.

Word of God is final authority for our faith and conduct

Gospel for Asia is into:

Providing education help

Providing help during crises

Providing literature in various languages

Based in Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the primary mission of the organisation is to share Good News of Jesus Christ. The GFA supports more than 50 Bible colleges in various countries. It also encourages donations and financial supports for Christians living in Asia and supporting for their upliftment. According to the scholar, Michael Bergunder, GFA is the most influential missionary organizations in the 20th century.

Gospel for Asia is also working for helping women in Asia and bringing desperate hopes for them. Women in Asia have been facing supress from culture and men, which needs to abolished. GFA is working hard on offering all the support needed to empower women in Asia.

You can check out more about Gospel for Asia in the form of books, MP3s, videos and other formats. With the aim of empowering people in Asia, this NGO has been working hard and with full faith.

Guest Author: Samantha Waites

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- Outside contributors to the Dispatch are always welcome to offer their unique voices, contradictory opinions or presentation of information not included on the site.

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  1. Concerned says:

    I would put the brakes on getting linked up with Gospel for Asia for now. There’s a lot of controversy surrounding them, and they have not been very forthcoming in addressing concerns.

    http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2016/february/lawsuit-gospel-for-asia-misused-donations-gfa-kp-yohannan.html

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