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Rev. Dr. David Yonggi Cho

Former Lead Pastor of Yoido Full Gospel church and chairman of the World Pentecostal Fellowship.


"As General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God in Vietnam , Brother Ai was a fearless Christian leader and Pastor with a clear and compelling vision of the Great Commission, determined to reach the lost at any cost. He also discipled church members and help provide pastoral training for the growth of the church in Vietnam."


Rev. Dr. George Forbes

General Director of World Missions of The Assemblies of God in Australia


"A man with a missions. That’s the best way I could describe Rev. Paul Ai of Vietnam ...Powerfully gifted and anointed by the Holy Spirit, he led the churches under circumstances of great opposition and difficulty. Paul Ai is a church planter, a great motivator and a man who has trained many others for ministry in Vietnam."


Rev. Dr. John Hurston

Founder of Hurstons Ministries and former country coordinator for the Assemblies of God Missions in Vietnam 1970-1975.


"I have known Paul Ai as a teacher, an evangelist (even when imprisoned for his faith), a pastor, a church planter and a strategist, a denominational executive, and an inspiring apostle of God. Nobody has worked more diligently for the promotion of the Gospel in Vietnam than Rev. Paul Ai not only for his own denomination, but also cooperating with a host of other denominations as well."


Rev. Dr. David Cartledge

Former President of Southern Cross Bible College and Former Executive Presbyter - Assemblies of God in Australia


"Paul and Ruth Ai are totally committed to the cause of Christ and impact people everywhere with their passion for Jesus and lost souls. He and Ruth are a wonderful witness of the grace of God and have been used mightily in Vietnam and now in the USA where Paul's apostolic gift has been manifest in the raising up of many new churches and the releasing many others into the work of the Lord. Their ministry is the total dependant on the power of the Holy Spirit with an expectation of signs and wonders for reakthrough."


Rev. Ron Johnson

Senior Pastor of One Church in Orlando, Florida

"Few men I know express more completely a passion for the lost than does Paul Ai. His love for Christ and desire that all men should know Him is contagious."


Rev. Irvin E Rutherford

Founder/ Executive Director of Global Ministry Teams

"Paul’s life has demonstrated a dedication to the call of God no matter what the circumstance. He is an apostolic church planter, full of joy and his heart’s desire is to reach the nations for Christ and his own Vietnamese people."


Rev. Lance Stoddart

Director of Mobilization, Mission SOS International


"Paul Ai is gifted and passionate in the pulpit. His humor and wit quickly connect him to a congregation or audience and his personal testimony is powerful and compelling. Our heart here at Bethel Temple is to see Paul’s vision become a reality. To accomplish that, Paul requires help. He needs faithful intercessors to lead the way in prayer; he needs churches and individuals to support the work financially. He needs pastors and church leaders who will open their pulpits to him and who will connect him with their friends and peers. He is dependent upon God and the Body of Christ to meet all of his monthly ministry and personal support need. Will you prayerfully consider standing with Paul and Ruth Ai in their vision to reach Vietnam , and the Vietnamese community worldwide, with the Gospel of Jesus Christ?"


Rev. Jesse McLeod


"I served in Vietnam from June 1967 to June 1968 as a member of the 191st and 187th Assault Helicopter Companies. Most of that time was spent as a Crew Chief on a huey flying out of Tay Ninh in the III Corp area. I currently serve as the Associate Pastor of River Community Church in Delaware , Ohio .
I recently had the great joy of spending a week with Paul Ai, a Vietnamese pastor. During that time he was used to bring healing to Vietnam Veterans in meetings and one-on-one. After one such meeting a former marine gave him a big hug and, with obvious emotion in his voice, told Pastor Paul that he had no idea how much he had helped him. That he had done more in the two hours they'd been together to bring healing to him than all the years of counseling he'd gone through.

I believe this man will bring a message that will fill the void in so many veteran's hearts. He is extremely interesting, full of joy, and has a great sense of humor. As aresult he is an excellent speaker for large groups and small. I would love to see Pastor Paul speak to every Vietnam Veteran. The emotional healing that he brings when he thanks these veterans and tells then how much good they did for his countrymen is beyond words."

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