The results are disturbing, to say the least.
They show little money being spent for the reasons solicited and a large chunk of cash unaccounted for.
Throckmorton has done his due diligence in asking GFA to explain these things, but they refuse to answer his inquiries.
It’s time to cut off the cash until they do.
That means taking away the platform that K.P. Yohannan uses to fund his NGO.
That should begin this weekend as Jeff Johnson and Calvary Chapel Downey should rescind Yohannan’s invitation to speak at their missions conference.
The foremost job of the shepherd is to guard the sheep from wolves who would fleece the flock spiritually and financially.
Furthermore…and let me be clear here…the shepherd is either working for the sheep or partnering with the wolves.
It is entirely possible that there are reasonable answers to the growing list of questions about GFA.
It is also entirely possible that we’re seeing the collapse of a corrupt system that has taken millions of dollars from the people of God under false pretenses.
Until we know for sure, we have no business giving K.P. Yohannan a platform…lest we be an accessory to fraud.