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K.P. Yohannan Shares His Testimony: What Are You Doing with Your Life?

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K.P. Yohannan has been on my radar for more than a decade. He generously gives away books to help Christians enlarge their worldview, their faith in God’s power, and their need to get involved with God’s plan.

Among his many books, he loves to give away copies of Revolution in World Missions, his testimony of becoming a missionary, and No Longer a Slumdog, the stories of those whose lives have been changed by Christ in the slums of India. In addition, he offers free ebook editions of many of his books.

His ministry, Gospel for Asia, ministers to the lost and hopeless people of South Asia by bringing them physical, practical, and spiritual aid.

Although he was born in India, K.P. Yohannan came to the United States for theological training, during which time he discovered the power of materialism. Listen as he describes how he struggled with a desire to look good and have lots of stuff.


The Lord asked K.P. Yohannan, “What are you doing with your life?” I think that’s a question God continues to ask each of us. What are we doing? Are we focused solely on more and better stuff? Or are we willing to live with limited choices (“This one or that one?”) so we can focus our attention and resources in the work of God?

If you would like more information about K.P. Yohannan, visit the Gospel for Asia website. You can follow him on Twitter (@kpyohannan). And be sure to pick up one of the free books (print or ebook) he loves to give away.



I, for one, want to let go of self-centeredness and be more eternally minded. How about you? Share your thoughts below.


Revolution in World Missions

Revolution in World Missions

K.P. Yohannan

Get Your Free Copy from Gospel for Asia


eBook (.mobi, .ePub, and PDF)

Audio edition (MP3)



This post is part of the Virtual Book Fair: Christian Authors A to Z. See the list of other authors featured in the Virtual Book Fair.



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