Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

By giving to this category, you will help provide families with gifts that will help change their future.

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Every year, our National Missionaries distribute thousands of life-changing gifts to families in need. Income-generating gifts such as sewing machines and fishing nets can empower families to break the cycle of poverty and give their children a better future her practical gifts like warm blankets and mosquito nets meet tangible needs and help protect the bearer from sickness.

Each gift is given in Christ’s name, with His love and compassion, and can have a far-reaching impact in people’s lives.

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It only takes as little as £10 to have a huge impact in breaking the cycle of poverty and bringing the kind of relief that can only be found in Christ to those who need it.

We are able to do something because of (the church). With this gift, we both, husband and wife, are going to work hard. Now we are assured and have hope that we will be able to (provide for) our family in a far better way in the days to come.

Balen and Belissa, who were given two sewing machines by their local National Missionary after he heard about their financial struggle

Changing Lives Eternally

We have the opportunity to change lives not only here and now, but eternally in Asia. Did you know that around 80,000 people die every day in the 10/40 Window? Some of their lives may end without ever hearing about the love of God. We can make a choice today that will forever change the fate of those who have yet to hear.

There’s a common problem in GFA pastor Kagan’s area, one he is all too familiar with. Born and raised in the region where he now serves, Pastor Kagan knows the effects of malaria from personal experience, and he sees many others suffer from it, too. Whenever it appears, it often brings debilitation and anguish—and sometimes death.

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Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

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On those blustery winter nights during the winter season, who doesn’t like to curl up under a warm, soft blanket?
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Fishing Nets

Millions of Asians rely on fishing to feed their families. In coastal areas, they can cast their nets upon the waters everyday and sell the fish to the local markets.
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Kerosene Lantern

Light the way for a missionary walking at night through remote villages without electricity.
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LED Solar Light System

In areas where there is no electricity—such as low-caste or Dalit villages—good lighting at night is unobtainable for many.
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Mosquito Nets

These nets offer protection from the sting of an infected mosquito and help to give their owner a restful nights sleep.
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Pull Cart

Carts piled high with fruit, vegetables, clothing or handcrafted items are a common site in South Asian cities.
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Rickshaws are like the taxis of Asia.
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Tin Sheets

The best South Asian homes are built using simple materials that will withstand the harsh natural elements.
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Tool Kit

In India, planting season is vital for a poor, rural family.
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Tools of Hope

Every worker needs tools to effectively accomplish their task, and GFA-supported workers are no exception.
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Vocational Training

In places like Sri Lanka and South India, where the 2004 tsunami displaced so many lives, and in teeming cities like Delhi and Mumbai, the ability to make a decent living often involves vocational training that is beyond the reach of the poor.
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Winter Clothing

What better present for a national missionary or family living in the cold mountain regions than warm winter clothing!


Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty