Update on GFA Shutdown In NZ

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10 Responses

  1. Mr Jesperson says:

    Chuck Smiths endorsement has been up there for a long time. I noticed it there back in April. I too wondered why dead people are endorsing GFA…

  2. EricL says:

    Maybe there is a connection to Mormonism. LDS claims that people convert to their faith after death (through baptisms for the dead), while GFA still claims endorsements from dead people. They should add endorsements from John Calvin, Martin Luther, and Augustine.

    Has anyone checked to see if KP is doing any outreach to dead folks? Maybe the missing funds were used for that…

  3. Michael says:


    Maybe I should add an endorsement from Calvin to my books…I did go to his 500th birthday party…

  4. Em says:

    #3 – well then, you could swap that around and endorse Calvin 🙂

  5. EricL says:

    Michael, we can consider adding the Calvin endorsement to your books, as long as it isn’t “Nothing comes between me and my Calvin.”
    Sorry, I just had to go there.

  6. Michael says:

    We won’t go there…I would fear people making their own application… 🙂

  7. EricL says:

    Getting serious for a moment, I’m glad that GFA is having so much trouble in New Zealand. It is shameful that they aren’t facing such difficulties here in the USA. I feel that too many are still enabling KP by their silence or active participation in what seems to be a ministry-turned-into-a-scam.

  8. Mr Jesperson says:

    Why is GFA claiming endorsement from the dead? Two possible reasons:
    1) A spiritually dead ministry requires endorsement from the dead.
    2) Similarly, GFA has become such a hot potato that only the dead will endorse it.
    I can see no good reason to do this.

  9. Jim says:

    I was encouraged by Gayle’s letter to K.P. He’s been trashed for seemingly being silent, but obviously he has been working on making changes and calling for repentance. Sometimes way more is going on behind the scenes than any of us knows, and it’s good to not jump to conclusions.

  10. chainsbroken2x says:

    Looks like way more than repentance may be required. ECFA’s report sure looks like the board knew at that point about major financial issues. They at that point had a responsibility to hold KP and GFA accountable for these mishandling of donors gifts. I am not an attorney but I believe a number of these men may be looking at criminal charges and most certainly a class action civil suit– and rightly so.

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