Gospel For Asia Sanitizes Ads, Won’t Silence Critics

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9 Responses

  1. Scott says:

    Two thumbs up!

  2. Michael says:

    Thank you, Scott!

  3. Scott says:

    I find that Christians in general don’t like to deal with this stuff. It’s messy and controversial.

    I’ve been posting links and snippets of personal observations about GFA on a closed FB page I’m a member of.

    There are 100 or so members, many of them I’ve known since the 70’s. I posted the video link to the pastor from San Antonio a few days ago and asked for feedback.

    Only 1 person commented thus far. However, I know for a fact if I had posted a cute video of a polar bear tap dancing on a stage in Vegas, I would of had at least responses thus far 😉

  4. Michael says:

    Cat videos, Scott…post the cat videos and they’ll love you. 🙂

  5. Kevin H says:

    I just got blocked this morning on the GFA ads. I get the join the club. We should get rings to honor our club solidarity. And if any new member wants to join, they must first kiss the ring. 🙂

    I also still get GFA’s email propaganda. I must be a glutton for punishment that I haven’t yet unsubscribed. I ignore most of them, but a little while back one of them caught my attention. It told a story about some in India who were being blocked from going to church. Ironic, being that GFA has tried to do the same with their own staff.

  6. Michael says:

    “And if any new member wants to join, they must first kiss the ring. :)”

    Now that was funny… 🙂

  7. Scott says:

    Cat videos or dogs bouncing on trampolines! LOL

  8. Kevin H says:

    The ad popped up in my timeline again today. Still can’t comment. 🙂

  9. Michael says:

    Kevin H,

    It came up on mine too.
    They’re taunting us! 🙂

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