Grace and Truth 


Gregory Wanjala Mulati

Gregory and his wife, Jacklyne along with their 6 children serve in a suburb of Webuye.  He was saved out of Catholicism in 1991.  He recently had to form a new congregation when the woman who owned the land on which the building sat decided she was "in charge."  Gregory translates for Fred while in Kenya and has a wonderful singing voice.  We thank God for this fine family, and their service for the Lord!

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We at GTMI know that we are facing tough times economically in the United States and therefore around the world. The Gospel continues to be preached, and the need for correct teaching is still there even in the worst of times. We want to thank you for continuing, or in some cases, beginning to support the God-honoring efforts of Grace and Truth Ministries International as we eagerly anticipate the coming of the Lord, and thus minister His Good News around the world.

If you have any questions, we would enjoy speaking with you. You may contact me at one of the phone numbers listed on the contact/support page of this site. If you don't hear from me within 24 hours this means that I am usually ministering overseas. In this case, please drop an email, and I'll be happy to get back to you when the time constraints of ministry allow me to.

You may send your tax deductible gifts to the address listed on the contact page of this site. Check back monthly and we will be posting monthly updates to the "Monthly News" tab of this site. We would be honored if you would keep up with the exciting ministries of Grace and Truth Ministries International.

God bless you,

Fred Canaday


Grace and Truth Ministries International 




The need for correct doctrine is great! Can you help?

I’m more convinced all the time that the most lasting effect we can have on ministry in foreign lands is that of training pastors and Christian leaders. Yet, it is the hardest ministry to raise money for. There are hundreds of pastors in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Visiting Christian bookstores and looking on line for good theological books in their language of Telugu is very discouraging because of the limited selection. Yes evangelism is critical, building buildings is a positive step, Camp Ministry for young people is vital, but if we’re to see an expansion of true Biblical Christianity with correct doctrine, church polity, and proper balance, the ministry of Bible Institutes will have the longest and greatest impact I believe. In order to carry on these three vital schools in India, we need a total of $7500 per year.

In 2011, Margie and I did a survey trip of the Nation of Kenya at the invitation of Wycliffe Wakhungu. It became apparent that there is a great need for sound Biblical teaching in the western part of the country, particularly in Webuye. In 2012, GTMI was privileged to begin a new Bible Institute in Webuye. We registered 232 Pastors and Christian workers. It became apparent from the questions and comments from these students that there is a real void of sound, balanced Biblical teaching. We therefore want to continue at least 2 classes per year in the future.

We currently have past graduates pastoring churches in Romania, Moldova. GTMI has also, in cooperation with Nationals, planted 3 churches in India. We prayerfull anticipate that as our students graduate, that there will be scores of new churches planted in India and Kenya. If you can help with this ministry either by giving financially or by volunteering as a professor for a week, please email me at the above address or write. We really need to hear from some of you at this time.

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