Gospel for Asia provides food, water, hope

By August 19, 2010

Pakistan (MNN) — As Pakistan still reels from the worst
natural disaster in their history, the 14 million people affected brace
themselves for more rain and increased danger in the form of waterborne
diseases.

In the midst of such devastation, relief agencies flood the
country almost quicker than the muddy waters covered one fifth of the country. The
U.S. government is sending military helicopters for the evacuation of survivors
still stranded, and aid agencies are giving as much relief supplies as they can,
as quickly as they can.

Joining their hands to the effort, Gospel for Asia is
distributing food, clean water and blankets. But they're also giving victims
something that many other aid agencies don't have to offer.

Hope. Hope in the form of Jesus Christ.

Through counseling and prayer, GFA is reaching out to as
many of the 14 million victims as possible, realizing that they are suffering not just
physically, but emotionally as well.

Join GFA in praying for these hurting Pakistanis. Pray that their
outreach will transform the country long before the floodwaters dry up.

Donate to GFA's Flood Relief and help impact the hearts and
lives of men, women and children.

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