Men and women in Asia can hear hundreds of programs over GFA Radio. People who are exposed to the Gospel through radio tend to be more receptive to native missionaries when they visit, and thousands have given their lives to the Lord through these broadcasts. You can help a family listen to these life-giving broadcasts by providing a battery powered radio for $58.
A chance to read the Bible on their own is a gift that every native missionary wants to give the people they minister among. You can provide a missionary and the believers he disciples with a Bible for $4 or eight New Testaments for $5.
Many GFA supported missionaries spend many arduous hours walking from one village to another. With a bicycle a native missionary can visit three to four times as many villages in a day. A heavy-duty Indian-made bicycle can be a wonderful blessing for $140.
Illiteracy is still high in many Asian countries. Gospel flip charts are a necessary tool for native missionaries to communicate the Gospel to those who can't read. Flip charts are like large color picture books that illustrate the Gospel. Each flip chart costs $13.
How can you show a film about Jesus in a village without electricity? A generator allows thousands of people to see and hear why God sent His Son and respond to His love in a personal way. A portable generator is a gift that keeps giving for many years to come for only $2,250.
Help a native missionary share the story of our Savior with Gospel tracts to pass out in his village. Literature is treasured in Asia, so a packet of Gospel tracts is a gift that you can be sure will be passed on and read by others. Your gift of $2.50 will provide 400 Gospel tracts for a native missionary to share.
Light the way for a missionary walking at night through remote villages without electricity. You can provide the valuable gift of a simple kerosene lantern for only $36.
Native missionary teams draw a crowd when they enter a village and begin playing worship songs with their musical instruments. The two most common musical instruments used in Asian worship are drums and tambourines. You can provide a drum for a missionary for $32 and tambourines for only $7 each.
Open-air meetings are one of the most common ways native missionaries proclaim the Gospel in villages. With a mobile public address system, a missionary can be clearly heard by hundreds of villagers at once. You can give a mobile public address system for $470.
What better present for a native missionary serving in mountain regions than warm winter clothing! Imagine a missionary opening a package that includes a blanket, two pairs of socks and a sweater. A man also receives a warm shirt and a pair of trousers, while a lady will have a warm shawl and skirt. Just $58 for the complete package
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