Through Gospel for Asia supported national missionaries, thousands of villages are hearing of Jesus’ name for the first time, and experiencing His love. But for these Good News bearers, life is not always easy.

A Young Girl’s Journey from Poverty to Hope

Finally, Shanie was done for the day. Exhaustion and hunger clawed at the young girl’s mind and body; unfortunately, this was normal. Shanie should have been in school, learning with her peers.…

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Shanie, pictured here, is happy that, thanks to GFA World’s Child Sponsorship Program, she could find a better future than what may have been afforded to her otherwise.

Stealing a Second Chance

Ragnar’s village was a poor one. Most of the families relied on farming for their livelihood, but they struggled to attain anything beyond survival. Without resources, most couldn’t afford to give their…

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Once a troublemaker nearly ousted from his village, Ragnar (pictured) is now a positive influence on the community’s youth.

A Father’s Fight Against Fatigue

Madock was a busy man. A daily laborer by trade, the 32-year-old father of three walked three miles to work every day. Every morning, he awoke early, hauling his tired body out…

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Like this man pictured, Madock can more easily make a living for his family through the gift of a bicycle, which staved off the exhaustion suffered from constantly walking.

Prayer Heals Father’s Pains

When pain first flared in Raimon’s stomach, he immediately journeyed to the hospital. But the doctors could find no remedy for the pain that beset the 31-year-old father of four. When medical…

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Like the pastor pictured, Pastor Seamus brought hope and help to families in need through the love of God.

Prayer Transforms Widow from Invalid to Hostess

Nala lay helpless in bed. The pain in her spine stubbornly refused to relent, and the widow didn’t have the energy to fight it anymore. For a long time, Nala’s son, Abebe,…

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Nala, her son and daughter-in-law are grateful for the prayers, encouragement and friendship of Pastor Chinua. Their lives will never be the same.