Welcome to GAA
Gospel Against Aids is a faith-based HIV/AIDS preventative educational program. We train people and organizations to provide life-saving information about HIV/AIDS. We offer testing. We offer counseling. We offer hope. Learn more
A word from the Executive Director: The doors of the churches are opening.
GAA started nearly two decades ago with a goal of equipping houses ofworship to provide care for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Today, we have religious leaders who are HIV/AIDS trainers and presenters, churches that are HIV testing sites, and churches that are condom distribution centers.
There are chapters of GAA in correctional facilities. There have been seeds planted for GAA in Africa, Europe and Central America. We have trained Imans and Rabbis, Quakers and Seventh Day Adventists, Atheist and C.O.G.I.C, Episcopalians and Lutherans.
We have provided services from storefronts to mega churches, hospitalsto soup kitchens, homeless shelters, to intake facilities, beauty salons to basements, remote villages, rural enclaves to Presidential residences -- all in an effort to save lives.
People have said, and still say, that the doors to the churches are closed. But I can say, from my experiences that the church is not a building, but the people that attend it, the doors to the church are opening because the hearts of the people are opening. Glory to God.
Rosalind Andrews Worthy
Thought for the day:
To educate a man in mind and not in morals is to educate a meance to society... U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt