Gospel For Asia Sanitizes Ads, Won’t Silence Critics
It’s a pitch for “Revolution In World Missions”, Gospel For Asia’s time tested marketing tool of choice.
It claims K.P. Yohannan as it’s author, but we know better about that now.
The ads very existence puts the lie to the claim that “every dollar goes to the field”.
A bunch of dollars have gone to social media hubs to combat the truth about an “allegedly” corrupt organization led by an “allegedly” corrupt man.
When it has popped up in the past, I and other like minded brethren have put up links to this site and to Warren Throckmortons work exposing the charity for what it “allegedly” is.
It popped up again this morning, freshly scrubbed of negative comments and full of praise for the book and the charity.
I have been blocked from commenting, but not from viewing.
Block this, boys.
We’re not afraid of your lawyers or your lies, or your master.
You can out spend us, but you can’t out fight us.
Every day in this country God’s people are being lied to and defrauded in Jesus name.
They are being taken advantage of because they have large hearts and generous spirits.
While the big name pastor/toadys protect GFA, we’ll be here to try to protect those good people of God.
We will not be silenced until justice is done and righteousness has it’s day.
Meanwhile, deep in the heart of Texas…
His repentance from supporting GFA from the pulpit was something we would hope others would emulate.
I was shocked to see it for a number of reasons.
Texas is GFA country and there are pastors in Texas who have known of these issues for some time and remained silent.
Gehm’s video is an indictment not only of GFA, but of their refusal to protect their own flocks.
Heitzig has remained quiet except for an email he dictated to one of our readers calling into question whether there was a scandal here at all.
Many pastors have reached out to him as a “leader” of the “affiliation” and have so far been stonewalled.
For whatever reason, Gehm seems to understand what “leadership” really means.
So do the handful of Calvary Chapel pastors who have made public statements about Gospel For Asia to protect the people they serve.
So far, the Calvary Chapel Association doesn’t.
That…doesn’t shock me at all…