Carefully research the details and historical context of what led to the Gospel for Asia $37 Million Dollar Lawsuit. When you start to understand the cultural and spiritual environment that led to this, you’ll have a better understanding of how lack of accountability can draw many to fall from integrity. Visit: gfadiaspora.com
Other Articles of Interest Regarding the Lawsuit and it’s Coverage
“Shortly after receiving their checks, those same donors promptly received a mailing asking for them to re-gift those funds to GFA. One such donor posted a partial photo of his letter.”
FROM INDIA NEWS SOURCE:
Yohannan settles US lawsuit for Rs 261cr
Yohannan’s organizations had once topped the list of foreign fund recipients in India. According to data from the ministry of home affairs (MHA), Government of India, his four organizations — Believers Church, Ayana Charitable Trust, Love India Ministries and Last Hour Ministry – had received funding of Rs 1,889 crore during FY16. Of them, Ayana Charitable Trust (formerly Gospel for Asia) was the largest recipient with fresh funding of Rs 826.27 crore during FY16. However, MHA had cancelled the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) registration of Yohannan’s organizations in 2017 forbidding it from receiving anymore overseas funds.
“This is absolutely laughable. Who pays $37 million to settle “bogus” allegations? And if the allegations are so baseless, how does GFA explain that only 13-percent of donations actually made it to the field? Watchdog groups suggest that at least 65-percent of a charity’s expenses should go toward their mission.“
In other news … A rather unsettling article: Gospel for Asia fired Grandma