Prayers & Praises
Your prayers for GNPI are making an impact around the world.
“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.” — Psalm 46:1 (NIV)
Solar Kit Helps Workers in Papua New Guinea: Jim and Joni Bliffen, Christian workers in Papua New Guinea, write, “We have been able to use the Solar Kit in many villages and at remote Bible colleges to share the Jesus film and other Christian films. We also use it weekly for our worship time with our fellow missionaries. It has been a huge blessing to us. We know a family in Papua New Guinea who are Pioneer Bible Translators working in the Mum language group. They live out in the village most of each year. They have seen and used our Solar Kit, but they would really love to have one of their own. We are so thankful for GNPI.”
People Are Coming to Christ in SE Asia: Timothy P. of GNPI-SE Asia writes, “Thank you for your prayers. Because of your prayers, the Kingdom of Christ is expanding year after year. God is blessing many in SE Asia through us. People are still coming to Christ. In 2017, over 230 people accepted Christ and decided to be baptized in several areas. There are still many who want to accept Christ, but harvesters are very few.”
New Project in Thailand: Gayle Silkwood from GNPI-Chiang Mai, Thailand, writes, “The Thai team is writing a script for a short film to complete next year. The production will address the subject of marriage as it relates to Jesus and His bride. We see that short videos have quite an impact if the story is compelling and relevant. Pray for creativity on the part of the scriptwriters to tell a good story and for talented actors to portray it properly.”
Reaching Out to Muslims in Kenya: Isaac Masiga from GNPI-Nairobi, Kenya, says, “We are working on the i2 project which centers on evangelism to Muslims. Pray for the project to have a great impact in helping us to connect with our Muslim brothers.”
Growing Pains in the Philippines: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Manila, Philippines, writes, “Pray we can find a full time videographer to join our staff as we prepare for increased productions and tighter deadlines.”