Gospel For Asia Buys Way Out Of Trouble

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  1. Jeff Sheckstein says:

    Expecting our legal system to produce justice and reveal the truth is like expecting the Spano’s to return the Chargers to San Diego.

    …”and in other stunning news today, Chet, various media outlets are reporting from the Hill that many unnamed politicians and their aides were lying…no doubt a true shocker to the American public.”

    Can’t wait for Padre baseball season to start.

  2. Michael says:


    Sad but true…someday I’ll stop expecting Christians to pursue righteousness and truth and just deal with reality…

  3. Kevin H says:

    I figured from the very beginning of this suit that GFA would eventually cave and settle as they know they would have lost and been exposed even further. The $37 million still is a stunning number. The one thing that bothers me about the amount is that GFA seemingly only has $26 million to put towards it now and the rest needs to come from future donations. So essentially, future donors are going to give to GFA only so that GFA can then turn around and give it to its former donors that they had defrauded.

    It is frustrating that GFA admits no fault, but that is par for the course for this corrupt organization. And correspondingly that none of their promoters will be exposed for the harm they helped cause. Since GFA continues to choose to not repent, I hope this organization someday ends up insolvent and is forced to disband.

  4. Michael says:

    Kevin H,

    The sad part is that there are still churches and Christian organizations supporting these swine and will encourage people to give what is needed…

  5. Kevin H says:

    Yes, and that’s one of the reasons why I hope they go insolvent, so that this can’t continue.

  6. Jeff Sheckstein says:


    I really don’t think the $11 mil not funded initially is due to lack of available funds to complete the settlement, but it is a device GFA used to insure that plaintiffs (and those donors and other parties supporting plaintiffs and this lawsuit) do not take any actions or discuss any matters re GFA that would tend to harm it such that additional US fundraising would be seriously compromised.

    Effectively, it serves as a hammer that says, “shut up or you won’t get all the money if you continue to badmouth us.” So, effectively, at least for another year, plaintiffs will disappear and GFA will not have to bring action to enforce their silence. As such, it’s in plaintiffs and their supporters interest to shut up and kill the matter now. The deed of trust is likely small security for the last $11mil especially if it is not a first deed of trust.

  7. Michael says:


    Well done and thank you.
    Makes all the sense in the world…

  8. Kevin H says:

    Jeff, that does make sense and you certainly would know better than me. I still thinks it sucks, though, that former donors are essentially going to be paid back by future donors. Future donors, many of whom, may have no idea that their giving is going to such a thing.

  9. Jeff Sheckstein says:

    Lander and Ebb via Lisa Minnelli

    Sometimes you’re happy
    And sometimes you’re sad
    But the world goes round
    And sometimes you lose
    Every nickel you’ve had
    But the world goes round

    Sometimes you’re dreams get broken in pieces
    But that doesn’t alter a thing
    Take it from me
    There’s still gonna be
    A summer, a winter, a fall, and a spring

    And sometimes a friend
    Starts treating you bad
    But the world goes round
    And sometimes your heart breaks
    With a deafening sound
    Somebody loses, somebody wins
    One day it’s kicks
    Then it’s kicks in the shins
    But the planet spins
    And world goes round

  10. Em says:

    But the planet spins
    And the world goes round
    Until God stops it
    For its sins…. ?

    God keep all close and faith filled

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