Born in Ohio as the son of European immigrants, Gary Kah has been interested in world affairs since he was a young boy. His parents came to America in the 1950’s, but some of his relatives still live in Germany and Croatia.
Gary and his wife, Audrey, have been married for 40 years and live with their four children near Indianapolis, Indiana. For many years the family worshiped at the Church At The Crossing, where Gary and Audrey worked in various youth and music ministries. After moving to their current location the Kah family joined Harbour Shores Church, where they are now actively involved.
In his “spare” time, Gary enjoys working out, playing the violin, and spending time with his family. For more than 10 years, Audrey taught music in public schools for students in first through sixth grades. She now serves as Gary’s Schedule Coordinator.
Gary and Audrey met while they were students at Anderson University. Gary graduated Magna Cum Laude with three majors: Economics, Business Administration and German. His special focus was in the area of International Marketing and Economics.
After graduating, Gary became the Europe and Middle East Trade Specialist for the State of Indiana. In this capacity he traveled to more than 20 countries, working hand-in-hand with U.S. Embassies and top government officials in the area of export promotion.
In the mid 1980’s, Gary uncovered information regarding the printing of a new U.S. currency. After some investigation, he found that many countries around the world had already begun issuing new currencies similar in design. Gary discovered that this coordinated effort was merely a stepping stone toward establishing a single, global unit of exchange–which was to be part of a coming one-world government.
In 1987, Gary was invited to join the World Constitution and Parliament Association, one of the organizations involved at the forefront of promoting the world government agenda. During the next 4 years he obtained detailed documents which demonstrated that the push toward a one-world government was active and rapidly advancing. Some of these documents are reproduced in his books.
Gary’s Spiritual Commitment
Gary Kah had the privilege of being raised in a Christian home, and remembers praying to the Lord since the age of four. Throughout his childhood years he faithfully attended the United Brethren in Christ Church in Kettering, Ohio, where his mother and father were actively involved. At the age of ten, he understood for the first time exactly what Jesus Christ had done for him on the cross. At that time he accepted Christ as his personal Savior.
Shortly after making his decision for Christ, Gary remembers first grasping the reality of what happened during World War II. Hearing the war stories of his father, who fled from both the Nazis and Communists as a young boy in Croatia, Gary couldn’t understand why most Christians stood back and allowed such terrible atrocities to happen. One day in his classroom at school, as a sixth-grader, he remembers silently praying to the Lord about these matters. He vowed that if something like this were to ever happen in America he would take a stand against it, whatever the cost.
During his teenage years Gary continued to worship at the Kettering U.B. Church, serving as president of his youth group for two years. He also attended youth gatherings at Fairhaven Christian Missionary Alliance Church where he sang in the Campus Life Chorale. Upon graduating from Fairmont West High School (in Kettering), Gary moved to Indiana to attend Anderson University. While at Anderson he met his wife-to-be, Audrey Liechty, originally from Berne, Indiana. Audrey also had the fortune of growing up in a Christian home, and was actively involved at the Berne First Mennonite Church, before going to college.
During their years at Anderson University Gary and Audrey both attended Eastside Church of God where they were regularly challenged by the sound teaching of Pastor Dwight Dye. Following college, Gary and Audrey were married and soon moved to Indianapolis, where Gary was offered a position as Europe and Middle East Trade Specialist with the Indiana Government.
After making the move to Indianapolis, the young couple began attending The Church at the Crossing (affiliated with the Church of God, Anderson) and soon became involved as youth counselors. About that time, Gary started traveling more extensively overseas because of his job, and soon began to witness events leading us toward a world government. He learned there was a definite agenda to unite all the governments of the world under a single umbrella for the purpose of control. This emerging one-world government, he discovered, was being referred to by insiders as “The New World Order.”
Skeptical at first, he began looking into these matters for himself, only to realize that many of those at the helm of this “New Age” movement were heavily involved in the occult. The forces involved included many U.N. Officials, U.S. Government leaders, a virtual “Who’s Who” of the international banking community, and a number of religious figures. Increasingly, Gary felt challenged to do something about these developments… to warn people of what lay ahead. He remembered the commitment he made to God as a young man. Was the Lord taking him up on his promise?…
After much prayer, the doors began to open in the summer of 1984, and his direction became more clear. Gary was invited to share his findings with small church groups. Soon he was asked to discuss the subject on radio talk shows. In April, 1985, ten months after beginning to speak out against world government and the New Age movement, he was issued an ultimatum by an administration superior. He was asked to keep quiet about this subject, or else resign his position. In May, after one last trip overseas to the Soviet Union and China, Gary submitted his letter of resignation.
After more than 10,000 hours of intense personal research and seven years of struggling to overcome obstacles, his perseverance finally paid off with the publication of En Route To Global Occupation. It was a team effort between Gary, his wife, and God. Although tested at times to their limits – trying to complete this project while raising a family – they never gave up. The experience strengthened their faith in Jesus Christ while teaching them to be obedient at all cost. When starting the project, Gary promised to give all the glory and honor for any forthcoming success to the Lord Jesus Christ. The same still holds true.
In 1997, Gary began working on a new project. He believed God was leading him to write a book that chronicled the past, present and future of the One-World movement by examining the lives and plans of the 20th century’s top New Agers. His goal: to give Christians a full understanding of the threat posed by this occult movement. His book, The New World Religion, became a reality in 1999 and has influenced many Christians to be more discerning. It has also been instrumental in leading some New Agers to accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior.
Along with providing an historical overview, Gary’s book reports on important developments in the One-World movement, including the current effort to unite all of the world’s religions through U.N. sponsored initiatives. It exposes the deception of interfaithism, documenting the growing influence of this thinking in Catholic and Protestant circles. The book also offers a sound scriptural response to these developments, helping readers to recognize the dramatic, yet disguised differences between biblical Christianity and New Age occultism. The New World Religion is thoroughly documented with 50 exhibits, over 300 footnotes, and an extensive appendix section. Gary’s prayer is that this work would serve to wake up the Church, prompting Christians everywhere to rededicate their lives to the Lord and to renew their commitment to be discerning and obedient to God’s truth.
Awards and Honors Received by Gary Kah:
Governor’s Commendation for outstanding service to the State of Indiana.
Meritorious Hoosier Award (from the Indiana Secretary of State)
Anderson College Wall Street Journal Award for Outstanding Achievement in Economics
Who’s Who in the Midwest.
Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders in America.
Founder and Executive Director, Hope for the World, Noblesville, Indiana.
Founder and President, Hope for the World International, Inc., Noblesville, Indiana.
Board of Directors, Operation Exodus USA, Lancaster, NY.
Board of Directors, Ebenezer Emergency Fund International (EEFI), Bournemouth, United Kingdom.
Since the release of his first book Gary has appeared on more than 1000 television and radio talk shows, including programs such as: Point -of- View, For the People, Crosstalk, Beverly LaHaye Live, Voice of America, CBN Radio and Television, Understanding the Times (with Jan Markell), Stand Up for the Truth (with Mike LeMay & David Fiorazo), Messianic Vision, TruNews Radio, Worldview Weekend Radio, Iron Sharpens Iron, WMCA-New York, KKLA-Los Angeles, Religion in the News (CBS) and other major network affiliates.
These interviews have been seen or heard by an estimated 40-50 million different people in the United States, Canada and Europe; with millions of additional people being reached elsewhere via overseas telecasts.
Gary has spoken at more than 800 churches, conventions and universities throughout North & Central America, Europe, Israel, India, and the Caribbean. He has also been invited to do speaking tours in other nations around the world.
Gary has been a featured speaker at: the Chicago National Day of Prayer Ceremonies, the North American Gold Conference, the annual God’s News Behind the News Bible Prophecy Conference, and the Concerned Women for America National Convention in Washington D.C., along with other forums.
Gary has delivered talks at both public and private institutions of higher learning as diverse as Purdue University and Calvary Chapel Bible College.
Gary has been a guest speaker at churches of various denominational backgrounds ranging from Christian Missionary Alliance and Wesleyan churches, to Baptist, Assembly of God, and Independent Community Churches.
A #1 Christian Best-Seller, En Route To Global Occupation has a message that is crucial to the spiritual and political future of the world. Since its release in 1992 En Route… has sold over 250,000 copies, and has been read by an estimated half million people. It is the result of more than seven years of research and is filled with documented facts regarding the efforts to create a global government.
Gary’s second book entitled The New World Religion was released in 1999. This work focuses on the spiritual dimensions and historical philosophies of the one-world movement as revealed in the writings of the last century’s top New Age leaders. It examines how unbiblical Eastern teachings are influencing much of Christianity today.
Gary has written articles for publications such as The Christian World Report and John Ankerberg’s website harborlighthouse.com. He also publishes his own quarterly research news journal, Hope For The World Update, which has become his main vehicle for keeping people up-to-date on the latest global developments.
Gary has been a featured guest in numerous documentaries including Shadow Government, 2012: Prophecy or Panic? (both produced by Cloud Ten Pictures), Final Warning, and a film on the one-world movement produced by Pastor Chuck Smith, founder of Calvary Chapel. DVDs of Gary’s presentations at major conventions and city-wide meetings are also available.