Field Reports

Piglets Displace Poverty for Family of Nine

GFA Reports from the Field

Every day, Tabor and his wife, Yamika, labored in the fields, tilling, picking, watering, coaxing the earth into producing enough vegetation to live on. Each day their hands toiled to fill the bellies of their seven children with food. Rearing pigs...

Goats Chase Hopelessness Away

GFA Reports from the Field

Shada and her husband, Renan, returned home from the local hospital with heavy hearts. The last 10 years offered disappointment after disappointment after multiple doctor visits resulted in no solution for Shada’s back and joint pain. Poverty threatened to overwhelm the family as medical bills...

Did God Care About Their Finances—and Goats?

GFA Reports from the Field

Restless minutes morphed to hours. Sleep evaded Dharma as he anxiously thought about his daughter and her poor health. Then a thought entered the concerned father’s mind. Dharma and Avani cherish the goats they received at a Christmas gift distribution. Their...

I Am No Ordinary Shepherd

GFA Reports from the Field

My name is David. I am a shepherd in the service of the temple. The other shepherds and I watch over the sheep during the night on the fields outside of Jerusalem, not too far from the road that goes to Bethlehem. I am no...

Christmas Roofing and Redemption

GFA Reports from the Field

Kagiso’s shoulders slumped. No matter how hard he worked as a daily laborer, he couldn’t make enough money to build a larger house for his joint family. Kagiso received tin sheets, like these being delivered in Sri Lanka, at a GFA...

Gospel for Asia Helping to Move Poverty Out of the Picture

GFA Reports from the Field

WILLS POINT, TX – Gospel for Asia (GFA World) founded by K.P. Yohannan, which inspired numerous charities like Gospel for Asia Canada – Discussing the desperate poverty that still afflicts millions upon millions worldwide and the hope that lies beyond through gifts of hope. Tavish's father died when he...

God Answers Grandmother’s Cry for Child to Walk

GFA Reports from the Field

Markeda looked on her 5-year-old granddaughter, Fiala, with pity. Rather than running boisterously as many 5-year-olds do, Fiala was limited to a stationary position, unable to use her legs. Her greatest desire was to see the child walk. Markeda had fervently prayed to her traditional...

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