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Gospel for Asia Founder K. P. Yohannan Dies After Being Hit By Car in Dallas

Gospel for Asia (GFA) founder K.P. Yohannan has died of cardiac arrest, after being struck by a car yesterday while walking near the GFA headquarters near Dallas, multiple sources report.

According to a statement from Gospel for Asia, which recently rebranded as GFA World, Yohannan died of “a sudden cardiac arrest in a hospital in Dallas, Texas, where he had been receiving treatment since his accident.” The ministry had posted on Tuesday that Yohannan had been “involved in a car accident” and sought prayers.

Kadapilaril Punnoose (K.P.) Yohannan also served as metropolitan bishop of Believers Eastern Church (BEC), an orthodox denomination which claims 15,000 churches with 3.5 million members worldwide. The church’s Diocese of North America is based at the GFA World headquarters in Wills Point, Texas, located 50 miles east of Dallas.

According to a report in the New Indian Express, which cited BEC spokesperson Father Sijo Pandapallil, Yohannan had been “out for a morning walk” at 7 a.m. on Tuesday. The article states Yohannan was “on a county road, which had no walkway.” He was struck by a vehicle but “there is not much clarity about the accident,” the article adds.

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