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“While we will be working to improve our reporting of financial matters to donors, we will always be cautious about disclosing anything that may jeopardize the safety of ministry partners working in areas hostile to the gospel,” he said.

Carroll told CT in October that he hoped GFA will be able to rejoin the ECFA in future.

That will be likely a long process, however. Gospel for Asia would have to start the ECFA application process from scratch.

“If Gospel for Asia desires to be accredited again by ECFA, the process is re-application,” ECFA told CT.

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