WILLS POINT, TX – Gospel for Asia (GFA) – Discussing the family of Miba, the difficulties they face emotionally and physically, as they struggle against poverty and their circumstances, and the God they meet who can heal everything no matter the severity.
I grew up with my parents serving in Gospel for Asia (GFA). I have heard countless stories of countless GFA-supported pastors and workers. Tales of healing, transformed hearts, God’s provision, and other similar stories. Here, at Gospel for Asia (GFA), I am surrounded by ministry-minded brothers and sisters, whose sole goal is to help bring God’s love to those in need.
I’ll admit, it’s difficult to remain continuously awed at what God is doing in Asia. My biggest threat—the greatest danger I face as a writer and a Christian—is the pitfall of indifference.
It is my prayer, both for me and for us here in the West, that the Lord would refresh our mindsets into ones of joy when we are reminded of what He has done in the lives of millions. Miba’s testimony is one story of God’s love that has brought a refreshed and renewed my menta
A Family’s Plight
Poverty and illness had befallen Miba’s family, and they were at the end of their rope. Miba’s husband had left her, despite her being pregnant with their second child. Miba’s brother, Seon, was disabled, suffering from damaged kidneys as result of a motorcycle accident. Talya, their mother, struggled mentally and emotionally; especially seeing her children suffer…
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