Kilari Anand Paul, better known as K.A. Paul, is an Indian-born American evangelist, philanthropist, public speaker, and peacemaker. He was born in India but later moved to the U.S. Paul and his family converted to Christianity when he was still a child. In 1983, he established the Gospel to the Unreached Millions ministry in India. After moving to the U.S., he established the charity Gospel to the Unreached Millions, in Minnesota. Its headquarters eventually moved to Houston, Texas. Paul is known for his multiple charitable initiatives, such as the Global Peace Initiative. His organizations collect funds to bring about world peace and to help orphans, widows, and the downtrodden all over the world. He trains women to be “Little Teresas” to help other people overcome their miseries. He has also set up a “Charity City” near Hyderabad and has established his own political party, Praja Shanti Party. Nevertheless, he has been part of many controversies related to funding and other issues, too. He now lives in Texas with his wife and three children.