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Young Girl Avoids Future As Labourer

As one of six children, 8-year-old Gailya was familiar with poverty. Her father, Rainald, worked hard, providing for Gailya and her siblings as best he could. But his meagre earnings could not meet every need. Hunger and destitution followed Gailya, slowly blotting out her hopes and dreams for the future. Many women in Gailya’s village had dropped out of school when their family ...

Couple Receives Blanket, Hope for Tomorrow

Winter had fallen on Benecia and Danyn’s village. The young couple struggled to stay warm in their home, its mud walls doing little to shield them from the cold winds. As a farmer, Dan ...

Sharing God’s Love in Every Season

In GFA worker Kees’ remote village, everyone traveled by foot. With winter upon them, nighttime temperatures dipped below freezing; Kees was ill-equipped to travel in the cold, but he was willing. People needed t ...

A Skeptic Finds Hope

Sabin accepted another morsel from his wife’s hand. He had been bedridden for five months, with no explanation as to the cause of his sickness. Miserable and helpless, Sabin couldn’t even eat or dri ...

Bringing Hope by Boat

In 2006, GFA workers started a ministry to bring God’s love to a group of jungle islands, 54 of which are inhabited, where people live in poverty and hardship. The remoteness of the islan ...

Sisters Gain Relief from the Cold

At the tender age of 6, Sarena lost her mother to tuberculosis. Though her father was alive, she had essentially lost him to the bottle. An alcoholic, he wasted his earnings on drink a ...

K.P.’s Corner

Jesus told a remarkable parable about two brothers. In the story, the younger brother takes all the money he can and runs off to some foreign land, lives a bad life and wastes everythin ...

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