Yohannan Makes Me Cry

K.P. Yohannan was a tongue-tied 16-year-old when God sent him on a journey that would transform the way he and millions of others think about and live out the Great Commission. But the story doesn’t end with him. (RevolutionBook.org)

I can point out all of the verses in the Bible on why we should give financial offerings to foreign missions. We are blessed for doing so.

But even so, it still comes down to where we will give our offerings, and to be honest, there are probably many reputable ministries that are doing great work on the foreign mission fields. God bless them all.

So, why do I give to Gospel For Asia?

Because K. P. Yohannan makes me cry. Yes, that’s right, Yohannan makes me weep.

I have never met the man, which might be a good thing, because I would probably break down and blubber all over him if he just said, “Hi.”

The reason I weep is that I can hear his broken heart crying out for the lost and the unreached people of Asia. His brokenness helps to break the hardness off my apathetic heart. I am not there yet, but thank God, maybe there is still hope for people like me.

If you are interested, check out Revolution in World Missions and the eleven short videos.


Filed under 10/40 Window, Bridge of Hope, Christianity, Gospel For Asia, India, Poverty, Prayer

2 responses to “Yohannan Makes Me Cry

  1. Thank you Mr. Larry, for sharing your heart with us, for the children in Asia through Gospel for Asia. I pray for my heart to be broken too for the lost and hurting people He leads me to. God bless you!

  2. Debbie,

    Thanks. God bless you.

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