By Isaac Masiga, Regional Director of GNPI-Kenya, Africa
Joss was originally the subject of a video produced by GNPI-Kenya for Global Media Outreach (GMO), a ministry that uses technology to share the Gospel of Jesus all over the world. Now, he’s using a GNPI Solar Kit to share Christ in Tanzania. Joss sent this report after seminars in several areas:
In Singida, 600 people came to watch the video and listen to the preaching.
In Manyara, 900 people attended one night, amazing!
In Mbulu, over 1,000 people came, the largest number ever and God did his part.
Joss said, “Many men from the Mangat tribe here in Tanzania saw the need to change their lives after watching Dume Halisi (Fatherhood) produced by GNPI in Nairobi, Kenya. Though the film focuses mainly on men, women too felt touched by the film and thus the need to humble themselves like the Bible teaches. In all, 17 people gave their lives to Christ that day. One girl, who had been raped by her father years ago, forgave him on that very day.”
Joss’ own life has changed dramatically since he began reading his Bible and found the Message he really needed. He endured persecution, and then he began ministering to others. Joss was a Muslim man working as a chief electronics technician when he began hearing a voice about Jesus when he slept. Joss began reading his Bible in his spare time. Joss’ boss noticed his Bible and fired him. Joss felt devastated and became suicidal. Watch how God turned Joss’ life around in the video GNPI produced for GMO.
Joss mentions GodLife in the video. This refers to godlife.com and is a trademark of Global Media Outreach based on 1 John 5:11, “God has given us eternal life and this life is in his Son. Whoever has the Son has life.”