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Medical Camp Benefits Body and Soul

What GFA pastor Souta witnessed grieved him. The people in the village were poverty stricken, marginalized, uneducated regarding health and hygiene and lived without proper sanitation or health-care facilities. As a result, they frequently suffered from various illnesses. Without access to medical treatment, or the funds to pay for it even if it were available, these people bore the burden of sickness the best they coul ...

Sisters of Compassion Arm Villagers with Health Knowledge

A team of GFA World Sisters of Compassion greeted 27 men and women who had gathered from the community. It was a special occasion, but the faces were familiar. Th ...

Mother Pleads for Help

Primia’s throat burned. Each time the young girl took a sip of water, her throat protested. Every bite of food took effort to swallow. Her parents thought it might be a side-effect of t ...

Gift Offers Hope for Next Generation

For Mai and the other children of her community, daily life carried risks. One of the biggest risks was getting sick with typhoid, diarrhea, malaria or another waterborne disease. And it was a ri ...

New Church Building on Remote Soil

In 2019, a GFA missionary visited H. village. Within a year, 15 people in the village came to the saving knowledge of Christ, and a prayer fellowship sprouted. Later, Pastor San was sent  ...

Spiritual Haven for a Hillside Village

Pastor B. pioneered GFA World’s ministry in a Himalayan village in 2010, and three families began gathering as a fellowship. Later, in 2017, Pastor S. took over the ministry in this village, and sin ...

K.P.’s Corner

From the time we are young, it seems we are always afraid of something—whether that thing is real or imaginary. We fear both the known and the unknown. And even though studies show most thin ...

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