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You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it. — John 14:14 (NIV)

A Huge Impact: Joshua V., a Christian worker from India, stopped by the GNPI office in Joplin to pick up another Solar Kit. Joshua said, “We have nearly 30 different locations where our teams go and share the Gospel in one week. The Solar Kit goes to those 30 locations. It’s very easy to use. We are so glad to have this projector. The women are mostly using them in Sunday schools. We are also using some of the clips from the crucifixion of Christ. It has a huge impact. People see how Christ suffered for our sins.”

Sharing the Gospel with Urdu Speakers: Praise the Lord for the news of an Internet radio station broadcasting The Global Gospel in the Urdu language for the last five months. Khuram Gill of Gospel Radio said, “I started using this program in January 2016. These are very blessed, short messages. I love them. Please keep it up. You and your team doing a great job for His Kingdom.” In a follow-up message three months later, Khuram said, “People are getting blessings from The Global Gospel in Urdu. I personally like it and broadcast it randomly. Our prayers are with you and all your team. May God bless all of you abundantly and use you more and more for saving souls and for His glory. In Jesus Christ name we ask, amen.”

Sharing Christ this Summer: Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Eurasia writes, “We had a great follow-up training visit to the ministry base at Ukrainka as well as at the Youth Mission School to train and equip them in new seminars to share the Message. The students of the Youth Mission School are going to spend their summer break doing mission work in towns, villages, and camps. Please pray with us for these young devoted workers of the Lord!”

Permission to Distribute: Pongdang of GNPI-SE Asia writes, “Our team visited the northern part of our region during our national holiday. We enjoyed meeting with the local people and the leader of the churches. We received permission to distribute our tools and products among the churches there. I am working on The Global Gospel, matching and interlacing the master video with the Burmese audio.”

Meeting with a Pastoral Association: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Manila, Philippines, writes, “We will be meeting with about 50 Pastors in Pangasinan, a province about four hours north of Manila. A group from the church we attend in Manila started an outreach in Pangasinan a few years ago with a showing of the GNPI movie All Things New. After the film showing, our church did other activities, until a church was formally organized in 2013. Now, their pastor is part of the pastoral association in the province, which meets once a month. They have given us a time slot in June! Please pray for this opportunity to encourage these pastors as we share our ministry resources with them.”

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“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.  For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.” — Matthew 7:7-8 (NIV)

New Believers in Christ: Timothy P. of GNPI-SE Asia writes, “Our ministry partner used GNPI media to help explain the true and living God in one of our villages. As a result, nine young people were baptized in a water tank because they urgently wanted to obey God’s Word.”

Enormous Potential: Project Nomad Coordinator Mark Allen says, “Thank you for your prayers for my trip to Ghana. It was a great week filled with training and getting to know nine students associated with two ministries in the area. The potential for a new team in Tamale is enormous. The area is open to hearing God’s Word and the Christian workers have an interest in production.”

Reaping the Benefits: Tynan Barnes, a Christian worker in Mexico, writes, “A class of indigenous students are reaping the benefits of the Solar Kit. I have used The Global Gospel in Spanish for my Sunday school class, and they love it. As tough and resistant areas open up, we are able to use the Solar Kit more often. GNPI is such a blessing to the indigenous students and to the people of Mexico.”

Official Registration: Stephen Muturi of GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, writes, “We have been busy with the registration process, but we are making progress in gathering recommendations and other appropriate documents to list this regional center as a non-governmental organization (NGO). It seems like each government worker gives us a list of forms to sign and meetings to schedule. Pray with us that everything goes well.”

Summer and Fall Planning: Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Eurasia writes, “We are planning several regional events this summer at the Nieuwenhuis Training Center in Crimea as well as exploring opportunities for outreach to Russia from there. We are also preparing an apologetics track for the annual meeting of the Eastern European Leadership Forum (EELF) this fall. Please pray with us as we make decisions and the best arrangements we can for these events.

Summer 2016 Prayer Report

We praise God for our ministry partners and for the way He answers our prayers season after season.

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“Trust in him at all times, you people;
pour out your hearts to him,
for God is our refuge.”
— Psalm 62:8 (NIV)

 

 

 

Americas

Youth Summit: Gustavo Velázquez of GNPI-Piedras Negras, Mexico, says, “A few weeks ago I was invited to participate in the Youth Summit in Monterrey, Mexico. I had the opportunity to talk about the + Vida app with more than 300 young people. My coworker, Abi, and I explained the benefits of the app and how it can help them in their spiritual growth. We also made a promotional video of the app to share at the event, on social networks, and on our website.”

Africa

Projecting Success: Isaac Masiga of GNPI-Nairobi, Kenya, writes, “We are delighted that the Tumaini Hotel project is done and has taken off well. The trailer is being used by Sayare and Daystar TV. We are still pursuing the request to the Kenya Institute of Education to adopt the project and books as well. We thank the Lord for this encouragement and project a big success with this series.”

Glad to Partner: Othaina Eid of GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, writes, “We are glad to partner with LivingStone International University (LIU) every year to teach communications students different film production techniques. Pray for us as we finalize our new 11-part series, Marriage for Life.”

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Asia

People Coming to Christ: Timothy P. of GNPI-SE Asia writes, “Thank you very much for your prayers. God continues to answer them and bring people to Christ. Last week, our evangelists told me that 12 people accepted Christ in one location, nine people in another place, and 40 people in another. With the help of our media tools, people are able to understand and know the true God. Praise the Lord! Our ministry partner ZDK has established another new church along the border.”

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A Productive Day: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Manila, Philippines, writes, “Yesterday was good but brutal. We taped 14 episodes of Say It Forward, and our GNPI board meeting went well! I work with the best people, and we are very proud of the videos we produce together. The guests in Say It Forward are really ordinary people with extraordinary gifts and experiences. Thank you for praying for us.”

Holding Up Our Family: Gayle Silkwood of GNPI-Chiang Mai, Thailand, writes about her husband Tom’s death on March 26, 2016, “It became apparent to us that the prayers of believers were keeping our family from collapsing under grief and stress. Thanks to all who held up our family in prayer over the last month of heartache and sorrow.”

 

“Please continue to pray for comfort and peace
in the daily lives of the family. Pray also for guidance
as I consider my role in the future of media ministry.”

 

Europe

An Amazing Experience: Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Eurasia writes, “We had a great retreat with the youth leaders of the Evangelical Student Fellowship. We spent time discovering the Scripture on various issues of effective evangelism, civil society foundations, and personal growth in Christ. Please pray for this cohort of devoted servants of the Lord! The most amazing experience was a visit with a self-proclaimed strong atheist who attended all the seminars to ‘figure out how we were trying to trick him.’ Please pray with us for this young man. He has a gift of asking good questions, and we pray he will find the right answers eventually.”

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India

Sustaining Prayers: Simmi Dhingra of GNPI-Chandigarh, India, writes, “When we started our evening worship in one of the villages, the local Sikh group complained about our music to their leader and asked him to make us stop the service. My son, Suraj, peacefully resolved the issue by offering to move the meeting elsewhere. Interestingly, as we agreed to relocate our services, the leader was very impressed with our humility and respect for them. In fact, he let us continue our service as long as we took steps to keep quiet. It was nice to see a little bit of his father in Suraj as he settled the issue and to know that God was with us. Your prayers sustain us, and we ask you to continue lifting us up. We need wisdom and protection.”

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Blessed: Manee Massey of GNPI-Damoh, India, writes, “We have been blessed to have good time slots on some of the top channels in India. We want to connect with more unbelievers who have questions about Christ. We have promoted the Easter program in a variety of ways. We will also send messages to our Christmas viewers who gave us permission to contact them about other programming. Please pray for our staff as we follow up on our Easter program and for my family as we grieve the loss of my mother.”

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Project Nomad Updates

Finished: Protus Sibukule of Project Nomad-Eldoret, Kenya, says, “We finished our 25 minute video on the dangers of pornography. We are also working on a series for youth based on 1 Timothy 4:12 to address the issues of faith, love, purity, and speech.” Pray these resources will challenge people to walk more closely with the Lord. Protus is planning to travel to Nairobi in June for more training while Project Nomad Coordinator Mark Allen is there.

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Electrical Issues: Project Nomad Coordinator Mark Allen says, “Our team in Pachuca, Mexico, is doing well. These team members have an office in a newly constructed church, but electricity is not consistent. Please pray this can be resolved soon as the local government authorities have assured them it will be. For now the team works from a nearby English institute.”

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A Great Asset: Project Nomad Coordinator Mark Allen says “Thank you for praying for the trip to South Africa. It went really well. Mark and Lynette Johnson from the Avalon Church of Christ in Virginia were a great asset and made a good connection to the team in Johannesburg. We were able to go through some advanced training as well as review basic areas of production to clarify and streamline the process.”

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Mark Allen and Mark and Lynette Johnson are pictured
with the Project Nomad-Johannesburg, South Africa team members.

Overall Ministry

Beyond Our Imagination: A Christian worker in eastern Europe who is sharing The Global Gospel through a website and Facebook page says, “Praise the Lord! People from all over this country and the world are seeing the Good News in their own homes, many for the first time! We are excited to see the impact this is having. It is far beyond what we could have imagined!”

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God Is Blessing Us: A ministry partner writes, “Praise the Lord! We started recording The Global Gospel in another major Asian language. God is blessing this project, and I am very pleased with how it is coming together. Our narrator escaped from North Korea more than 10 years ago, and he is very passionate about doing this project. One of the beautiful things about working with him is that he is using a North Korean accent for the recording. Words are pronounced so it will be clearly understood there. I am thankful he can also speak Mandarin; that’s how we communicate.”

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Amazing Instrument: Joshua V., a Christian worker from India, stopped by the GNPI office in Joplin to pick up another Solar Kit. Joshua said, “We use it to share Bible stories. It has been so effective. We used to carry a generator, a big screen, and a sound system. We needed two or three guys to set up the whole thing. The Solar Kit is so light to carry. It has been an amazing help and an amazing instrument.”

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A New Angle: The New Angle Media Project includes 12 children’s stories from the Gospels. The stories are written from the perspective of someone who recounts a personal experience with Jesus several years later. Pray for God’s guidance as we develop this global digital project in English templates and then produce it in multiple languages with interactive questions.

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“Now it is God who makes both us and you stand firm in Christ . . .”  — 2 Corinthians 1:21 (NIV)

People Coming to Christ: Timothy P. of GNPI-SE Asia writes, “Thank you very much for your prayers. God continues to answer them and bring people to Christ. Last week, our evangelists told me that 12 people accepted Christ in one location, nine people in another place, and 40 people in another. With the help of our media tools, people are able to understand and know the true God. Praise the Lord! Our ministry partner ZDK has established another new church along the border.”

The Global Gospel Upgrade: We have taken the 88 stories of The Global Gospel and divided them into 107 so that some of the longer segments can be more easily adapted for various applications on mobile devices. The Scriptures and content are exactly the same, but the music has changed slightly and the resolution has been enhanced for better clarity. All future recordings will be recorded into the 107 stories, and as time allows we will go back and divide the previously recorded versions. We have completed over 20 versions that can be viewed online, and there are around 15 additional versions in the progress. Please continue to pray with us that these simple stories can be used to touch the hearts of people around the globe.

A Big Hit: A Christian worker in Eastern Europe writes, “We opened the website this year and also use our Facebook page to get the Word out, and we’ve had excellent responses. The Global Gospel, and other Scripture, is being shared widely around this country through these pages. A post with a video (mostly clips of The Global Gospel) +$10 advertising reaches 60,000+ people, and 50 percent of them are engaged by watching, liking, or commenting on the post. The Global Gospel seems to be a hit. We are excited about the potential.

WWJD Exposure: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Manila, Philippines, writes, “As you know, we have a new host for WWJD this season, Noel Pabiona; he is the Country Director of Compassion International in the Philippines. They have released their newsletter, and GNPI is introduced on page four. They actually printed the entire transcripts of our first two episodes as well. This newsletter goes to their wide network of ministry partners and coworkers all over the Philippines. In addition, we saw a lot of comments about these programs on Voter Education on our Facebook page as viewers were rooting for their candidates. Pray for our new leaders following this month’s elections.”

Youth Summit: Gustavo Velázquez of GNPI-Piedras Negras, Mexico, says, “A few weeks ago I was invited to participate in the Youth Summit in Monterrey, Mexico. I had the opportunity to talk about the + Vida app with more than 300 young people. My coworker, Abi, and I explained the benefits of the app and how it can help them in their spiritual growth. We also made a promotional video of the app to share at the event, on social networks, and on our website.”

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“. . . You do not have because you do not ask God.” — James 4:2 (NIV) 

Delivering the Training: Manee Massey of GNPI-Damoh, India, is traveling with his coworkers to Shillong in northeastern India. It will take 40 hours to travel there by car and train, and 55 hours to get back! They plan to train 30 students from six congregations at the request of the local leaders. The purpose of the event is to train and unite these congregations. Manee eventually hopes to merge this with Project Nomad training and follow-up in that region of India. Pray for them as they travel and work to help strengthen these churches.”

God Is Blessing Us: A ministry partner writes, “Praise the Lord! We started recording The Global Gospel in another major Asian language. God is blessing this project, and I am very pleased with how it is coming together. Our narrator escaped from North Korea more than 10 years ago, and he is very passionate about doing this project. One of the beautiful things about working with him is that he is using a North Korean accent for the recording. Words are pronounced so it will be clearly understood there. I am thankful he can also speak Mandarin; that’s how we communicate.”

Life of Christ Series Release: Othaina Eid of GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, says, “The Life of Christ series is currently being reviewed before we release it. Our plan is to release one episode each week for the next few weeks. I will also start making some connections for distribution to Messiah Theological Institute, area churches, and via Solar Kits.”

Amazing Instrument: Joshua V., a Christian worker from India, stopped by the GNPI office in Joplin to pick up another Solar Kit. Joshua said, “We use it to share Bible stories. It has been so effective. We used to carry a generator, a big screen, and a sound system. We needed two or three guys to set up the whole thing. The Solar Kit is so light to carry. It has been an amazing help and an amazing instrument.”

Finished: Protus Sibukule of Project Nomad-Eldoret, Kenya, says, “We finished our 25 minute video on the dangers of pornography. We are also working on a series for youth based on 1 Timothy 4:12 to address the issues of faith, love, purity, and speech.” Pray these resources will challenge people to walk more closely with the Lord. Protus is planning to travel to Nairobi in June for more training while Project Nomad Coordinator Mark Allen is there.

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O Lord, you are my lamp. The Lord lights up my darkness.” — 2 Samuel 22:29 (NLT)

Traveling to Central Asia: Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Eurasia writes, “Please pray for our trip to Central Asia during May 10-17. Pray for safety, guidance, the training, and God’s protection over us as well as for us to be an encouragement to our co-workers in the field.”

Impacting Lives: Our friend Don Roberts took a Solar Kit to a ministry partner in Zimbabwe. Don says, “GNPI is impacting lives. We praise God for the tools to better serve Him, and we thank GNPI for providing them! Eighty people made decisions for Christ in Mhondoro, South Africa, in December. Thank you for your continued prayers and gifts that make events like this possible.”

Learning Together: Othaina Eid of GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, says, “Praise the Lord! The classes with LivingStone International University (LIU) have been going well. We are helping teach two courses this year: video production and audio production. We are using the services of an LIU student who is capable of working with the software and playing several instruments to help produce the songs for the Kampala Church of Christ. Their choir came in last year, but we will remix their songs when they return to Mbale.”

Standing Firm: Simmi Dhingra of GNPI-Chandigarh, India, writes, “Sumitra’s testimony is one of many inspiring testimonies shared during our women’s ministry workshop. Sumitra comes from a family of Hindu priests, but she began attending a prayer meeting in her neighborhood. Then she started meeting with Christians each week and received a Bible to read. She declares that she has personally accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior, and no one can take her faith from her. Her family has warned her of dire consequences, but she is firm in her stand for the Lord. She wants to get baptized along with five other ladies who have accepted Jesus. Pray for Sumitra to be continually filled with strength in her decision for the Lord.”

Holding Up Our Family: Gayle Silkwood of GNPI-Chiang Mai, Thailand, writes about her husband Tom’s death on March 26, 2016, “It became apparent to us that the prayers of believers were keeping our family from collapsing under grief and stress. Thanks to all who held up our family in prayer over the last month of heartache and sorrow. Please continue to pray for comfort and peace in the daily lives of the family. Pray also for guidance as I consider my role in the future of media ministry.”

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“Surely your goodness and unfailing love will pursue me all the days of my life . . .” — Psalm 23:6 (NLT)

GNPI Praises and Prayer Requests for May 2, 2016

Our Joy: Paul Thompson of FreeBibleimages writes, “Thanks for allowing us to publish the six sets of images from your videos on the Easter story. We managed to get these live just before Easter. In the first five days leading up to Good Friday, we had 6,330 GNPI presentation files downloaded (an average of 1,266 a day). Those viewing the GNPI sets in StoryView to tell the story on a mobile device were 6,819 (1,363 a day). We would love to put online all of The Global Gospel videos as sets of still images along with the text of the Bible commentary from the videos. We estimate that with all the sets online we could have over one million GNPI presentations downloaded each year. Our joy is in freely resourcing those teaching the Bible.”

Women’s Ministry Workshop: Simmi Dhingra of GNPI-Chandigarh, India, writes, “We concluded the women’s ministry workshop in March at three churches. The theme was, “You are a blessing.” At each workshop there were 300 to 350 ladies present. Pray for the women who gave their hearts to the Lord and accepted Him as their Savior. Pray they will remain firm in their belief and can be baptized soon.”

A Good Connection: Project Nomad Coordinator Mark Allen said, “Thank you for praying for the trip to South Africa. It went really well. Mark and Lynette Johnson from the Avalon Church of Christ in Virginia were a great asset and made a good connection to the team in Johannesburg. We were able to go through some advanced training as well as review basic areas of production to clarify and streamline the process. Now I am preparing for the next training event in Tamale, Ghana, May 7-15.”

God’s Favor: Pray for GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, to have God’s favor with government officials as they seek approval of the registration papers of this regional office.

We Are Excited: Abi Flores of GNPI-Piedras Negras, Mexico, writes, “We are excited about the opportunity to use The Global Gospel in Spanish on our radio station and to share it with other stations. Pray God will move in the hearts of those who hear His Word.”

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Look to the LORD and his strength; seek his face always. — Psalm 105:4 (NIV)

Thankful: Manee Massey of GNPI-Damoh, India, writes, “We are thankful from the bottom of our hearts for your prayers during this hard time. We rejoice that more than 300 Hindu people heard the Message of salvation at my mother’s funeral.”

An Amazing Experience: Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Eurasia writes, “We had a great retreat with the youth leaders of the Evangelical Student Fellowship. We spent time discovering the Scripture on various issues of effective evangelism, civil society foundations, and personal growth in Christ. Please pray for this cohort of devoted servants of the Lord! The most amazing experience was a visit with a self-proclaimed strong atheist who attended all the seminars to ‘figure out how we were trying to trick him.’ Please pray with us for this young man. He has a gift of asking good questions, and we pray he will find the right answers eventually.”

Like No Other: Timothy P. of GNPI-SE Asia writes, “My ministry partner, Aungshine, shared about the true and living God in the middle part of the country. Here’s the testimony of one of the attendees. ‘This training is very good. I learned so much that I needed to know. I learned that Jesus is not like other gods. There is no god to compare with Him. If unbelievers hear about what I heard today, I very sure that they will accept Jesus as the powerful God, who is worthy to be worshipped by all human beings.’ ”

Projecting Success: Isaac Masiga of GNPI-Nairobi, Kenya, writes, “We did a pre-launch of the two completed series, Tumaini Hotel and Timothy, in Eldoret, Kenya, at the church where the production took place. We had 150 people in attendance. The following day we met with Daystar TV. They told us they would broadcast the Tumaini Hotel immediately during prime time, and they are willing to partner with us in approaching local investors to sponsor the episodes. We thank the Lord for this encouragement and project a big success with this series.”

A Productive Day: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Manila, Philippines, writes, “Yesterday was good but brutal. We taped 14 episodes of Say It Forward, and our GNPI board meeting went well! I work with the best people, and we are very proud of the videos we produce videos together. The guests in Say It Forward are really ordinary people with extraordinary gifts and experiences. Watch for their episodes very soon. Thank you for praying for us.”

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Jesus told her, “I am the resurrection and the life. Anyone who believes in me will live, even after dying.” — John 11:25 (NLT)

Ready for Evangelism: Isaac Masiga of GNPI-Nairobi, Kenya, says, “Praise the Lord! We have a new Solar Kit prototype for Africa. It is ready to hit the road for some evangelism. It’s not as sophisticated as those assembled in other regional centers, but it will do the job for now. We’ve planned a road trip to an area near us called Mathare, then to the highlands of Eldoret, and finally to the Pokot area.”

Lift Us in Prayer: Pongdang of GNPI-SE Asia writes, “We are working on the audio recording of the Miracles of Jesus and trying to finish the scheduled projects for this month. The Global Gospel in Burmese is almost done. Please continually lift us in prayer, so these projects can help people apply God’s Word to their lives.”

Praising God: Gustavo Velázquez of GNPI-Piedras Negras, Mexico, says, “The music video recorded in Chicago by Jochy Tu Voluntad can be viewed on Vimeo, YouTube, and our main website at www.buenasnuevasradio.com. We pray our work will reach more people for Christ and encourage others in their faith.”

Following God’s Leading: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Manila, Philippines, says, “Please pray for us because we always want to be in tune to what God wants. Pray for the speakers we need to get, the people we should put on our programs, or even the issues we need to tackle. We want to be sensitive to God’s leading.”

Celebrating a Life Well Lived: Tom Nutt, director of operations, writes, “More than 200 people came to the visitation in Chiang Mai, Thailand, to honor Gayle and pay tribute to Tom Silkwood’s life. They sang, read Scripture, and gave testimonies about Tom’s faith and service. There was laughter as they shared stories about Tom’s fun personality and sense of humor. We also had a memorial service to put to rest his earthly body and celebrate a life well lived! Please continue to pray for comfort and wisdom for Tom’s family and staff.”

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“. . . Love each other deeply with all your heart.” — 1 Peter 1:22 (NLT)

Beyond Our Imagination: A Christian worker in eastern Europe who is sharing The Global Gospel through a website and Facebook page says, “Praise the Lord! People from all over this country and the world are seeing the Good News in their own homes, many for the first time! We are excited to see the impact this is having. It is far beyond what we could have imagined!”

Sustaining Prayers: Simmi Dhingra of GNPI-Chandigarh, India, writes, “When we started our evening worship in one of the villages, the local Sikh group complained about our music to their leader and asked him to make us stop the service. My son, Suraj, peacefully resolved the issue by offering to move the meeting elsewhere. Interestingly, as we agreed to relocate our services, the leader was very impressed with our humility and respect for them. In fact, he let us continue our service as long as we took steps to keep quiet. It was nice to see a little bit of his father in Suraj as he settled the issue and to know that God was with us. Your prayers sustain us, and we ask you to continue lifting us up. We need wisdom and protection.”

Distributing Songs of Victory: Abi Flores of GNPI-Piedras Negras, Mexico, writes, “We have been working to publicize and distribute the new “Songs of Victory” CD produced with musician Danny Salazar. The material is now available on social networks for free. Go to www.dannysalazar.net to download this album. Please pray for the overall project to be a blessing to many people.”

Something Better: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Manila, Philippines, says, “Mr. Archie de la Cruz chose to believe in God’s promise to prepare something better for him and his family as he persevered against the hardships of life. Praise the Lord for this testimony in the new Say It Forward episode, Being Faithful Because God is Faithful. Watch, learn, and say it forward!”

Electrical Issues: Project Nomad Coordinator Mark Allen says, “Our team in Pachuca, Mexico, is doing well. These team members have an office in a newly constructed church, but electricity is not consistent. Please pray this can be resolved soon as the local government authorities have assured them it will be. For now the team works from a nearby English institute.”

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