Christmas is a time to remember the less fortunate. Daniel Yohannan, notes his bio, “was raised in the ministry of Gospel for Asia. His father, K.P. Yohannan, is the founder and international director of Gospel for Asia. With his father’s demanding schedule, Daniel traveled with his family to India every year visiting different areas of the mission field.” Danny is helping with a campaign of Gospel for Asia, geared toward helping Christians in the West with needy Christians in Asia. The campaign is called “Forgotten Christmas.” He says there are many opportunities to help, noting that “the poverty line for families in Asia, really $1.90 daily—less than the cost of an eggnog latte’ at Starbucks.” Danny Yohannan joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss “Forgotten Christmas.” www.gfa.org/christmas
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About Danny Yohannan
Danny Yohannan is vice-president of Gospel for Asia (GFA,www.gfa.org),a leading faith-based mission agency, bringing vital assistance and spiritual hope to millions across Asia, especially to those who have yet to hear the “good news” of Jesus Christ. In GFA’s latest yearly report, this included more than 70,000 sponsored children, free medical camps conducted in more than 1,200 villages and remote communities, over 4,000 clean water wells drilled, over 11,000 water filters installed, income-generating Christmas gifts for more than 200,000 needy families, and spiritual teaching available in 110 languages in 14 nations through radio ministry. For all the latest news, visit our Press Room athttps://gfanews.org/news.
Learn more about how generosity can change lives. Gifts like pigs, bicycles and sewing machines break the cycle of poverty and show Christ’s love to impoverished families in Asia. One gift can have a far-reaching impact, touching families and rippling out to transform entire communities.
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