- 1983. K.A. Paul was ordained at his father’s church and in the same year founded Gospel to the Unreached Millions ministry in India, at the age of 20.
- 1989. Paul came to the United States.
- 1993. Paul created the U.S. nonprofit Gospel to the Unreached Millions (GUM) in Duluth, Minnesota.
- 1996. GUM opened its headquarters in Humble, Texas.
- 1999. GUM moved its headquarters to Houston, Texas.
- 2007. K.A. Paul made comments against the Chief Minister (equivalent to a State Governor in the USA) of Andhra Pradesh State in India, Mr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy and the India’s governing council Chairman, Ms. Sonia Gandhi. Mr. Paul accused the Chief Minister of requesting 5 Million USA dollars in illegal donations to use for his party’s victory during the 2004 state elections. Both Mr. Reddy and Mrs. Gandhi belong to the Congress Party. Paul also claimed to be able to arrange for a congressional hearing in the United States where it would be proved that the US had contacted Sonia Gandhi to abort the peace mission. His counsel filed a defamation case on the three leaders seeking exemplary compensation to the tune of Rs. 500 crore for causing damage to his reputation in the Delhi High Court.
2009 – The Delhi High Court on September 15, 2009 dismissed a petition filed by Paul against YSR, Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and former minister K Natwar Singh, stating that they had allegedly stalled his Global Peace Mission in 2007, resulting in a loss of over Rs 500 crore to him. The court did not find any evidences against the three leaders.