“But he said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.’ ” — 2 Corinthians 12:9
“A Stable Platform!”
Simmi, wife of Deepak Dhingra of GNPI-Chandigarh, India, has released a video update. Simmi says, “While Deepak has passed away due to an illness at the end of 2013, the ministry work has flowed smoothly. Deepak left us with a stable platform to bring the Gospel of Christ to the unreached. This media ministry creates Christian songs, sermons, Bible studies, and children’s stories that are distributed freely to Christians and non-Christians alike. Through GNPI we have impacted many for Christ and promoted the Gospel to areas that we could never have reached physically. Thank you for supporting us.”
“An Incredibly Mild Winter!”
Praise God for answering prayers for a mild winter. Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Ukraine says, “It has been an incredibly mild winter and construction on the Multi-Purpose Resource Center is moving forward.”
Life of Christ Lessons!
Vince Vigil of GNPI-Uganda says his team is working on the 7 lessons of the Life of Christ video series. Vince said they need God’s wisdom for the next series in the Digital African Studies by Extension (DASE) project and for deciding who will teach it.
Partnering Work in the Philippines!
Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Philippines shares, “I will be doing some ‘partnering’ work and will offer our materials to churches, organizations, and schools. Please pray that I would be able to go to the right people. I know the Lord has gone before us. Thanks again, we deeply appreciate your prayers.”
Starting A Sabbatical!
International Director Bob Sartoris writes, “The last few years have been extremely hectic for me as I’ve traveled nearly a million miles around the world. The GNPI Board has approved a sabbatical time for me until early April. I plan to use this time to pray and reflect on my years of ministry and how God has been leading me through it all. I’ll also be doing some writing, which is one of my most fulfilling passions in life, and seeking God’s direction on a couple of future projects. I would covet your prayers that this time away allows me to rest, be reinvigorated, and replenished so that I can be even more productive in the years ahead.”