Gospel for Asia: Join Our International Outreach

See how you can participate in helping us transform impoverished communities in Asia, Africa and other parts of the world. 


Since 1979, Gospel for Asia (now GFA World, and a major clean water charity) has been committed to serving the “least of these” in Asia and Africa, often in places where no one else is ministering. We look to partner with families in the West to make an impact on the lives of impoverished families in generational poverty in the East in tangible and practical ways, so they can experience the love of God for the first time.

GFA also facilitates sponsorship of numerous national, indigenous missionaries who serve as the hands and feet of Christ in four ways: ministering to people’s everyday concerns surrounding poverty and education, sponsoring hopeless children at risk for neglect, child marriage or even child slavery, investing in community development projects where there are major difficulties like water scarcity or water stress, and helping families with various needs for vocations or adult literacy, or requiring special care during disasters.

Through a missionary sponsorship, we connect you with a national worker in a developing nation in Asia or Africa. Your partnership with these humble servants of God enables you to minister to people’s deepest needs both physically and spiritually, in communities that are often in desperate need, like those suffering from poverty in Asia. Through these indigenous, local missionaries, sharing the love of Christ often starts with a cup of clean water for a family or water solutions for a village, or a bag of life-saving food, or a free medical exam for the sick, or a sewing machine for a single parent in need of a job. As we minister to families’ everyday needs, and continue helping the poor, and show the love of Jesus in practical ways, people often request that we further share with them about God’s grace and good news.

We can also connect you with a child at risk from impoverished families, so that you can give them hope and a brighter future through GFA’s Child Sponsorship Program. This sponsorship program provides a way for desperate children at risk of child exploitation in Rwanda, India, Nepal and other parts of Asia to receive a hope-filled future through an boys or girls education, medical checkups, nutritious food and much more, all provided in Jesus’ name.

Finally, so many of the poor families living in generational poverty in the communities we serve do not have even the basic necessities needed for healthy living. Parents in these countries with child labor often earn less than $2 a day in wages and continuously struggle to provide for their children’s ongoing needs. Many are negatively affected by the global water crisis and need access to clean water, or are devastated by the causes of child labor (here are child labor examples).  But, through your gifts and prayers, we meet these needs by providing essential resources like well drilling to access clean water projects in Africa and Asia, income producing farm animals, sewing machines, vocational training, and adult literacy programs.

By partnering with GFA World, you focus on the common reasons for poverty, address poverty mindsets, and provide poverty solutions, even as you participate in transforming impoverished communities, both economically and spiritually, in developing nations all around the world.

“Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit, says the LORD of hosts.” —Zechariah 4:6

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