In 2018,
We Were Able To...

In 2018, GFA-supported workers ministered in various communities throughout Asia, helping many families experience God's love, some for the first time. Our Mission Support Team members created videos, sharing numbers and stories that resonated with them from last year. See the impact you are making through your partnership with Gospel for Asia!

More than numbers. Together, we impacted lives and created stories in 2018.

Mission Support Team members share with you the impact 2018 has had in the lives of families in Asia.

Most Read Stories in 2018

New Horizons for a Shut-in Widow

A crippled widow spent her days discouraged in her tiny house, until unexpected visitors showed up at her door. These visitors offered more than listening ears—hope in Jesus!

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How Bridge of Hope Is Impacting a "Snake Charmer" Village

The "Snake Charmer Village" is one of the most desperate places on earth. This mother shares her testimony of how GFA's Bridge of Hope program is impacting her two children—and the entire village.

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Trading Plastic Bottles for a Brighter Future

Ever since she was a little girl, Asha picked through garbage to find things to sell. It was the only way she could help provide for the family. People saw her family as "Untouchable," and Asha faced rejection at school because of it. But then she heard about Bridge of Hope, and the impact it had on little Asha changed her life completely.

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What Leprosy Couldn't Steal

Leora stretched out her arms towards the light. She thought the white spots would have disappeared by now—and it worried her. But Parthiv, Leora's husband, brushed off his wife's fears; he assumed they were probably nothing. But when the spots grew numb and oozed puss, a fearsome word haunted Leora's mind: leprosy.

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Love Enters the Red Light District

Pastor Dhinanath saw a car door open and a young woman tumble out. Unconscious. He later found out the woman had been kidnapped, gang raped and discarded near the red-light district in the area. Dhinanath and his wife, Lydia, began to pray every day for the precious women trapped in the sex trade. And after two long years of prayer, a door opened for them to bring the love of Christ to the red-light district.

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Digging a Well: Uprooting Discouragement

When Laul got sick with typhoid fever he lost his livelihood and couldn't provide for his five kids. No doctors or treatments could help him. But when his village received a Jesus Well—Laul's life changed in more ways than one.

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