“I recently attended Brother K.P. speaking at a local church. His message wasn't finished before I realized what a privilege it has been for me to be serving Jesus at Gospel for Asia this year and in 2012 as a School of Discipleship student. The words I shared with God after Brother K.P. finished speaking were, ‘God, it has been the privilege of my life to serve you at Gospel for Asia.’
“I was saved in college and never had a chance to be formally discipled. I didn't have a father figure or anyone to model for me what it means to be a man of God, a family man, or a praying man in a personal and intimate way. Jesus brought me to School of Discipleship, and I have been poured into by people who love me like I've never been able to experience in a community before. I've seen men love their wives, and fathers love their kids, and men and women who are dependent on God through prayer.
“It wasn't until Jesus brought me to School of Discipleship and through reading Calvary Road that I learned what humility is and what it means to serve Jesus in brokenness.
“I have seen godly lives lived out before me in my leaders. They love Jesus, and follow Him the best they can. They are always transparent and have modeled for us students to be transparent with others as well. This has changed every relationship that I have for the better. Nothing is hidden, and through love, we work out our differences.
“Jesus has radically changed my life by bringing me to GFA, and I don't know if I can properly express my gratitude for the foundation that's been laid because of my time in School of Discipleship. I love Gospel for Asia, and as I said to the Father, it has been the privilege of my life to serve Him there.”