In a world where poverty, brokenness, orphans and violence are far from endangerment, there is a great demand for hope. Gospel Hmong Alliance exists to fulfill the Great Commission. The call is to love people whether they are halfway around the globe living in rubble, in temporary places due to disasters that were out of their control, sleeping on the local streets or sitting across the aisle at the same church.
Partnership GHA partners with the Christian and Missionary Alliance in global missions by giving to the Great Commission Fund.
Isaiah 58 Program "Your people will rebuild the ancient ruins and will raise up the age-old foundations; you will be called Repairer of Broken Walls, Restorer of Streets with Dwellings." Isaiah 58:12 is the inspiring passage for the program. The ministry reaches out and assists those who are unable to clean up or remove yard debris due to special circumstances.
AROUND THE GLOBE Thailand and the Mlabri Tribe: The Mlabri people lived in the deep jungles of Thailand but never had permanent homes. They used banana leaves as roofs on their temporary shelters and when the leaves turned yellow, it was time to move to a new location. This was partially due to cultural beliefs. Due to deforestation, their once nomadic lifestyle was no longer an option and forced them to live in nearby villages of Thailand. Through the Hmong (Fibyuas) church in Nan Province of Thailand, some Mlabri families have come to receive the salvation of Jesus Christ. As the church continued to grow, there became a desperate need for a bigger and more secure building for worship and fellowship. Though rich in spirit, the church lacked education and funds, making the building a challenge to construct.
Building Project: Through the prayer and financial giving of friends and families, GHA was able to send $17,800 to construct a building in Thailand where Christian brothers and sisters are able to worship together.
SHORT TERM MISSION 2013: Members of GHA traveled to Thailand to preach and share God's love with Fibyuas Church and its community.
2014: Although many know about God, there is still a lack of knowledge about the freedom from bondage through Jesus Christ. Our Short Term Mission team traveled to Thailand during the summer to nurture and pray with Fibyuas Church.