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What Does Leprosy Look Like?

Bryn once begged on the streets, arousing sympathy as passersby gawked at her disfigured limbs, but now she lives in a small room in a leprosy colony. Over the years, Bryn’s disease ravaged her body, leaving stumps in place of hands and legs. Now 75 years old with failing eyesight, Bryn has spent many years with the monumental task of caring for herself. These difficult circumstanc ...

More Than 6,700 Children Receive Food During Coronavirus Pandemic

Though lockdowns in Asia prevented GFA’s World’s Bridge of Hope centres from holding their normal activities last fall, Bridge of Hope and other GFA workers continued to impact children, the ...

A Young Alcoholic’s Desire for Change

Saer, a GFA pastor, was walking in his village when he met a short, wiry young man. Pastor Saer quickly observed something was not right with him. Maybe the pastor noticed the young man ...

Poverty, Earthquake Almost Steal Girl’s Education

In an instant, one catastrophe can completely redirect a life’s trajectory. For Abekwa, that happened the day her village quivered on its perch atop a vista of sharply angled green and brown slopes. T ...

GFA Provides Access to Clean Water for Village of 200

People steadily streamed to and from the well. Clasping empty buckets or plastic jugs, each villager waited their turn. Clear water filled container after container to the brim. A nearby plaque spoke to t ...

The Gift of Education

Poverty surrounded GFA pastor Vasek. One day, the pastor happened to meet two young boys—two young boys who should have been in school. When the pastor asked them how they were doing, the bo ...

K.P.’s Corner

My son, Daniel, has always been fascinated with how things work. One of his favorite things to do is to take something apart and tinker with it. He is always inventing, or reinventing, so ...

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