The staff at GFA is saturated in prayer and knows that the work will not truly last unless it is a work of God. I have been a volunteer with GFA for many years now and it has truly been a privilege for me to be a very little part of the work that's going on. I have also been very impressed with the accountability and integrity of the ministry, which is rarer and rarer to see nowadays, so I praise God for that. It has been an honor for me to support the ministry with the time and finances that the Lord has given me and I can definitely recommend the support of this ministry to anyone.
I had done a lot of research on the ministry and spoke to many missionaries and friends who have been to the areas where GFA serves are are familiar with the work that is going on there. I have also had the opportunity to travel to India to observe the work first hand and to spend some time with the workers there.
I was blessed and challenged by the hearts of our brothers and sisters serving there, how they had truly fallen in love with Christ and have chosen to lay down their lives so that the Lord can use them to draw many people unto Himself, and that many may have the opportunity to become sons and daughters of God also.
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I had the opportunity to travel to India to observe the work first hand and to spend some time with the workers there. In a short time I was able to observe the amazing grace and love of our Lord Jesus Christ because these Indian brothers and sisters chose to lay aside their own ambitions and desires so that God's desire for the redemption of many would become their desires. I can say that there are definitely results and that God's work is going forward there.
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I would love to see the work expand into more nations as the Lord leads. Nothing I would really change though. I would however, encourage the ministry to continue to be saturated in prayer and to be lead by the Spirit, not to go to the right or to the left of where God would want them.
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