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Global Outreach Foundation shall by all means and God's Grace: enable ministers, declaring the power of the Gospel to save the lost, liberate the captive, make disciples; and as Christ's servants labour together with Him for His Glory and the extension of His Kingdom.

New Book Release:
Living in the Supernatural Dimension
By John Abraham

Living in the Supernatural takes you on a journey with God. You will learn about His voice alerts, His "Global Positioning System," and His forks in the road. He will take the willing traveler to His highest and richest plateau.

  • YOU will be moved from where you are to where He would like you to be, as you listen and let God speak to you.
  • YOU will learn about power - God's power in you - to change you and your world.
  • YOU will have a front row seat as God's "mind-stretching" supernatural power is released to you and through you to a hurting world.
  • YOU may experience anger, joy, fear, love, laughter, or tears.
  • YOU are on a journey to an enriched life, bringing greater perspective and balance with sharper focus in God's dimension of the supernatural.


    New Book Release!!
    Living in the Supernatural Dimension
    by Pastor John Abraham

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    Newsletter - Easter 2016 PDF Print E-mail
    Written by John Abraham   
    Wednesday, 30 March 2016 11:24

    Global Outreach Foundation 200316

    PO Box 2190 Abbotsford BC V2T 3X8 Canada



    His Resurrection – Our Greatest Moment

    A Blessed Easter to all our Missions Partners

    Dear Partner in Missions,

    For those of us who are Christian believers the resurrection of Christ is the greatest historical event. The Apostle Paul declared that if Christ be not risen our faith is (in) vain. 1.Cor.15:2,4.

    Everything He was, and claimed to be; everyone He blessed and delivered; everywhere he preached and taught that He would lay down His life and take it up again, would mean nothing if His resurrection claims failed.

    His claims did not fail. He did rise again as He said. And He ever lives to make intercession for us. His resurrection is one of the most certified proofs.

    The angel at the tomb attested to His resurrection, Mk.16:5-7.

    Jesus spoke to Mary Magdalene at the tomb confirming his resurrection. Jn. 20:16-18.

    He appeared to, and identified himself to the two disciples on the road to Emmaus. Lk. 24: 13-35.

    Jesus reveals himself to (doubting) Thomas as proof of His resurrection. Inviting him to see and feel the nail pierced hands and sword riven side. Jn. 20:24-29.

    Paul the apostle records in 1. Cor. 15:3-7. He appeared to Cephas, and then to the twelve, then to five hundred, then to James and all the Apostles.

    Finally, He apprehended Paul himself on the Damascus road as an eye witness of the resurrection; to name some. Act.9:3-9. 1. Cor.15:8.

    Because he rose from the dead after the crucifixion, He fulfilled His promise; “…I, if I be lifted up will draw all men unto me. Jn.12:32. And, “…because I live you shall live also”. Jn.14:19.

    For the Christian Believer, Easter should represent our highest form of worship and praise for our Saviour, Lord, and soon coming King.

    Christ greeted the two Mary’s after the tomb, as they went to tell his disciples. Jesus met them; His first word to them after His resurrection, being, “…Rejoice…”. Matt.28:9. So, whatever our heaviness or grief is, should  we not also Rejoice?

    So we, at this Easter time, should also lift our voices in praise and worship, “Rejoicing” that our names are written in heaven. Lk.10:20, and that He shall come in like manner as they saw him go. Act. 1:11.


    A Notable Miracle

    Almost a year ago a friend asked me to pray for his Baptist Pastor friend in California. He had ‘stage four’ terminal cancer in the abdomen. He called me every Monday evening for many months and we spoke healing and prayed with him. These chats were sometimes not easy for him, and he questioned much of the discussion. Long story short; recently he had a clean bill of health, was told it was completely in remission. He is becoming stronger and now returning to more of his regular pastoral duties and pulpit ministry. Needless to say he is “Rejoicing”.



    The work of ministry is unabated. Not overseas yet in this new year, as many issues are being attended to administratively. Board meetings are also on the agenda. Many hours are spent in the effort to write another book. Shirley is recovering from her first eye surgery and in two weeks will begin her second eye surgery. That will take an additional five weeks to process. Plus, there is the ever present need to raise adequate funds to cover ministry and travel cost. The new Global policy calls for the implementation of cash in advance of expense for overseas ministry. This decision in order to better manage the present economic slow down as it affects donation cash flow, and avoid credit card interest charges. We do need your prayers to address these urgent issues, so that full scheduled ministry can continue without interruption.


    Global Outreach Fellowship Dinner

    Reminder: Please make note of the 2016 GOF Fellowship Support Dinner.

    Location: Garden Pk. Tower, Azalea Room, 2825 Clearbrook Rd. Abbotsford BC.

    Date: Friday Oct. 14. Doors open 6:15. Dinner Served at Approx. 6:30PM.

    We love you in the Lord Jesus!

    Have a blessed Easter

    Rejoice, “…The Lord is risen indeed…”! Lk.24:34.

    John & Shirley.

    Newsletter - Christmas 2015 PDF Print E-mail
    Written by John Abraham   
    Thursday, 24 December 2015 18:02

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    “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: …” Isa. 9:6.

    Dear Mission Partner,

    It is the Christmas season again! For the Christian family it is time to remember and celebrate the coming of Jesus the Christ child, the Saviour of the world.

    Much of the commercial world recognizes this special season as “Happy holidays”, “Festive season” and the like, to enrich their fourth quarter bottom line, but to the child of God, the Christmas season is the most significant.

    We celebrate Jesus Christ’s birth. It represents the fulfillment of God’s first promise to send a Victorious Saviour to overthrow a positionally defeated Satan. (Gen.3:15) That initial ‘garden’ act of disobedience plunged the human race into alienation from the God of creation, of peace love and forgiveness.

    Isaiah prophesied another promise of His birth about 3,200 years after Gen. 3:15, and almost 800 years before the actual birth of Christ.

    The “…unto us…”of our text, V6, applies not to we Gentiles, but to Israel, His chosen Jewish people. At Christ’s coming, he commissioned his disciples, first, to the lost sheep of the house of Israel. (Matt.10:6, 15:24).

    We Gentiles were without Christ, aliens from Israel, strangers from the covenants of promise, having no hope and without God in the world. Now in Christ, we who were afar off are embraced and accepted through His blood. (Eph. 2:12-13).  As the olive branch we are now grafted into the olive tree. (Rom11:17). Paul the apostle declares our son-ship by the Spirit “… But you have received the Spirit of adoption as sons…” (Rom.8:12-17).

     John writes in his gospel; “He came unto his own (Israel) and his own received him not, but to as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on His name:” Jn.1:11-12. (Emphasis mine)

     The apostle Paul declared, “…The salvation of God is sent unto the Gentiles, and that they will hear it”. (Act.28:28) Now we are accepted in the beloved, and we, both (The Jewish people and we Gentiles) have access by one Spirit unto the Father. (Eph.2:12-18) (Emphasis mine).

    The verse continues, “… a Child is born…” this, denoting the humanity of Christ. In the sense of His gestation and birth, childhood, and manhood, He was in all points tempted as we are yet without sin. He knew hunger, fatigue, anger, compassion, pain, and physical death.  (Heb.4:14-16).

    In Luke’s gospel as a physician he traces the humanness of Christ from Adam, showing the Saviour’s human family tree. Mary was the human link connecting Christ to the family of man. (Lk.3:23-38).The DNA factor of sin in Christ was excluded because of His Holy Spirit conception.

    Verse six moves on from the “child” to the “son” concept of the Saviour.

     “…Unto us a Son is given…” ”For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son…” When the time was right the incarnate Christ was revealed. … “But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth His Son, made of a woman (not of man)…that we might receive the adoption of sons”. Gal. 4:4-7) (Emphasis mine). As God the Son, He took on our human form and nature. He was also the Word personified. John in Revelation declares His name to be “…The Word of God” Rev. 19:13.

    The first words of the Old Testament state: “In the beginning God… (Gen.1:1).

    The first words of the New Testament state “In the beginning was the Word…” Jn1:1-2.  The Word was with God and the Word was God, the same was in the beginning with God. In V.14 John writing by divine inspiration of the Holy Spirit declared: “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us…”.  Jesus Christ.

    For the believer then, Christmas is celebrated because:

    He came to be with us

    At this Christmas time we believers celebrate the birth of the Christ child, the Son of God Who in the beginning was with God. The child who came to the lowly manger was the Son, Emmanuel; meaning, God with us. Matt. 1:23. He is the living God whose presence abides in every believer who looks for “…The blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Saviour Jesus Christ”. Tit. 2:13.

    He came to reconcile man to God by the blood of His cross.

    At his coming, God’s purpose was to reconcile man to Himself through Jesus Christ…” (2.Cor.5:19) By offering one sacrifice (Himself) for sin He has perfected forever them that are sanctified. (Heb. 10:14). (Emphasis mine)

     As the Lamb of God” (Jn.1:29) and the Spotless Lamb of God, 1. Ptr.1:18-19. He bore our sin.

    He came that He may impute to us His righteousness.

    To clarify the meaning of the word, impute: As in Adam’s sin, it was imputed to his offspring, the human race. As to our sin, upon Christ’s crucifixion, He bore our sin; it was imputed to Him. When Christ finished His work of redemption; redemption and all it entails is imputed to the believer. 

    God made him to be sin for us that we could be made the righteousness of God in Him. (2. Cor.5:21). Paul, in (1.Cor.1:30-31) instructs us; that since we are in Christ by God, He imputed to, and became for us, wisdom, righteousness, sanctification and redemption.

    He came to die and rise again.

    Jesus said, “…I lay down my life that I may take it again. No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again…” (Jn.10:17-18).

    On resurrection morning the two Marys’ who came to the tomb, heard these words, “He is not here, for He is risen as He said…” Matt.28:6.

    He came to assure us  of his return.

    As he ascended from the mount of transfiguration, Peter James and John were assured that as they had seen Him go up from them into heaven, He would also come in like manner from heaven. (Act. 1:11).  One day soon Christ will return for His Bride. “Beloved, now are we the sons of God, and it doth not yet appear what we shall be: but we know that, when he shall appear, we shall be like him; for we shall see him as he is” 1.Jn. 3:2. (Emphasis mine)

    He came to guarantee our eternal home with Him

     Jesus further promised, “… I go to prepare a place for you, and if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. Jn.14:2-3.”…And the dead in Christ shall rise first; then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air, and so shall we ever be with the Lord. Wherefore comfort one another with these words. 1. Thes. 4:17-18.

    For the child of God then, this is some of what the Christmas season is about. He has done so much for us, what have we done for Him?

    A great ministry year

    God has given us a blessed year of ministry. We have seen his power in salvation, healing, deliverance and provision for every circumstance. We have seen him operate in the supernatural, the miraculous. There can be no greater honour than to spend and be spent in his service.

    We anticipate the New Year with excitement. Who knows what it holds for each of us; this may be the best ministry year of our lives. I wonder, can we stand much greater evidence of his love, forgiveness, power and demonstration of His Spirit.  

    We do have need to fulfill our commitments for 2016 ministry and ask you to pray with us for His provision before the end of December, which is also the end of the charitable tax deduction year. Charitable Receipts for 2015 will be mailed early Feb or before. God is always faithful to us in ministry as He is to you and your family as He is given first place in our lives.

    Shirley and me send our best Christmas wishes to you; that you may enjoy “The blessing of the LORD, it maketh rich, and addeth no sorrow with it”. Pro.10:22.

    You are loved.

    Thank you for being a vital part of this mission partnership.

    In his love and service

    John & Shirley Abraham

    P.S. Please do contact us for fellowship now as we are in Canada for a time of home assignment and administration. We would love to spend time with you.  

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    Friday, 25 June 2010 15:56
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    Newsletter - Easter 2015 PDF Print E-mail
    Written by John Abraham   
    Sunday, 13 September 2015 10:32

    Global Outreach Foundation

    PO Box 2190 Abbotsford BC V2T 3X8

    Web: www. globalcanada.org

    Ph. 604 556 7889

    He lives!

    Easter Greetings in the Name of the Risen Christ!

    Jesus said, “…It was necessary for the Christ to suffer and to rise from the dead the third day, and that repentance of sins should be preached in His name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem”. Lk.24: 46-47.

    Dear Mission Partner,

    By far, the most significant event in the Christian calendar is the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Jesus said, “….I lay down My life that I may take it again”. The apostle Paul declared, “…If Christ is not risen, your faith is futile: you are still in your sins! ...we are of all men the most pitiable”. But now Christ is risen from the dead…” 1.Cor.15:17-20. Since He is risen and we believe in His finished work, we are not still in our sins, but sons of God and joint heirs with Christ. With His resurrection on the third day as He promised, came our challenge, responsibility and authority to fulfill His command that “…repentance of sins should be preached in His name…”

    The function of Global Outreach is to be the vehicle that enables us to preach repentance and make disciples around the world. You are a vital part of this team and for many years you have sacrificially enabled us to fulfill our part of the great commission.

    We have just recently returned to Canada after being away since early October 2014. It was nice to be home after almost five months. For many weeks we were in England and Ireland preaching, teaching and counselling. After Christmas we went to Asia and returned here directly from Sri Lanka. That was an extremely busy time for Shirley and me, with invitations to preach in more place than we had time for. It would be nice to have younger capable men to take up some of the ministry and administrative load. Pray for that!

    Both Shirley and I felt that wherever she or I ministered there was an incredible freedom of the Holy Spirit. Ministry of the Word was easy and anointed and hearts were touched by Him and people quickly responded to come for salvation or deliverance to emotional, physical, marital and financial need. Even in church services many responded to give their lives to Christ.

    The power of the Holy Spirit ministered to many at the altars so that many people rested in the Spirit. After several minutes they would stand to their feet and give the most remarkable testimonies; how God had healed, delivered them or ministered into a deep hurt in their lives.

    Additional information on brain tumor testimony- To develop further on a testimony mentioned briefly in your last letter for the benefit of some who would like a little more detail. One man, very much larger than I, came for prayer. He immediately rested in the Spirit, lying motionless on the floor for several minutes. Finally he stood quickly to his feet and went directly to the pastor, as I continued praying for others.

    Later the pastor called me over to hear his testimony. He related with emotion, through an interpreter, as he held his head with both hands, how for many months he has had a diagnosis of a large brain tumor. He declared over and over many times how he knew he was now totally healed. He could now function normally, which he said he had not been able to do since the onset of the tumor..

    Much as I believed with him for healing, this concerned me and I encouraged him to see his doctor. That appointment would allow him the necessary examinations to establish his healing. It is always better in cases like these; i.e. diabetes, cancer etc. to have medical opinions.

    He told me in no uncertain terms that he was healed and that the tumor was gone. He declared his healing on the strength that all the physical symptoms that developed as the tumor grew; were totally gone. I went home thinking, John, Oh you of little faith!

    This year so far, and through to November for ministry is already very committed. We need you to trust God with us that the resources to enable us to meet this ministry year will quickly come. It is always difficult to make arrangements and not have the funding in to fulfill them. We need you to stand with us in this walk of faith; in a very real way, every little helps. We have to do what we can do and He will do what we can’t. Please pray that God will touch those who have the ability to partner with us. In this way God will work this miracle also, as we do what we can.

    About two weeks after returning home to Canada, both Shirley and I became quite ill with different issues. We seem to be ‘on the mend’ but we would really appreciate your prayers at this time.

    For those of you who need advance notice for the Fellowship Dinner:

    GOF Annual Fellowship Dinner Evening will be held (DV) as follows:

    Date: Friday Oct. 16th. 2015

    Place: Garden Park Tower

    Time: 6:30PM. Dinner served promptly @6:45.PM doors open 6:15PM.

    Our love and prayers are with each of you as we are confident of yours.

    In His love and service,

    John & Shirley Abraham 300315

    Audio Sermons - John Abraham (12 tracks) PDF Print E-mail
    Written by John Abraham   
    Friday, 25 June 2010 16:12

    John Abraham - 12 Tracks In Total.

    These messages were prepared and spoken slowly in English over short wave radio for the benefit of third world English speaking audiences.

    If you wish to followup on these messages, please contact John Abraham at www.globalcanada.org.

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