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The Real Story

You know how tough it is to focus on the most important things during Christmas. Well, that’s not only an American problem, it happens wherever Christmas is celebrated.

Take heart, though. You are helping people in Latin America to prioritize Jesus this Christmas. The Project Nomad-Santiago, Chile, team has released the first video in a series for the month of December.

The following video explains how the Christmas season brings special memories, decorations, time with family, and presents. Somehow the story of Christ is almost forgotten by many with the busyness of this season.

It’s tempting to get caught in the trap of acquiring toys and all kinds of material things to show our love this season. The real story of Christmas is love, faith, and hope. The coming of Jesus has changed the world, and it can change us as individuals too.

Your gifts make this timely series possible and creates a lasting impact. Thank you!

Our Faithful God

GNPI Founder Ziden Nutt recounts God’s provision over the last 40 years.

Your gifts have made a great impact this past year!

In dozens of places throughout Central and South America, Asia, Africa, and beyond, you are helping ministry partners to reach people with the Good News. Together we have:

• Partnered to start 47 churches.
• Rejoiced with our staff and associates over 336 decisions.           
• Accelerated global evangelism in 160 nations.
• Released 364 media productions.
• Distributed 218,073 Gospel presentations globally in multiple languages.  
• Touched 101,940,896 people worldwide with Christ-centered media.
• Impacted 43 people for each dollar donors invested.

Would you consider a gift to GNPI to make a difference in the year ahead?

Catching the Vision

Your gifts are breathing new life into church planting efforts in the Philippines!

Paul Wilson and his wife have been working in the central Philippines since 1984. This island has approximately 100 churches, and the goal of Paul and the Filipino church leaders is to double the number of churches in the next three years. They’re challenging every church to have a baby. They are using technology, training, and livelihood support to provide for the workers in these new areas.

Paul invited some of the brightest young people from the different churches to come to Bacolod for GNPI’s Project Nomad training last May. Paul says, “These young people are adept at technology, and they were excited to get the training. A new generation is catching the vision to reach those who don’t know Christ and to start new churches.”

Thank you for helping to multiply churches in the Philippines through Project Nomad.

 

Tools in the Toolbox

The Project Nomad-Santiago, Chile, team wants to help Spanish-speaking churches grow and to provide quality media for their outreach.

The following video shows a sample of one resource they’ve designed. All of the material is available for free download in three lengths of 15, 30, or 60 seconds for use in audiovisual projects. The music is original. This project will ultimately include background elements along with instructions on how to put together a high quality visual presentation along with the audio background.  

Through Project Nomad, you have made culturally relevant media available to over 101 million people worldwide and shared the Gospel with 43 people for every dollar given.

Would you consider a $25 gift right now to enable Nomad teams to keep adding tools to reach more people with the Good News?

Making Disciples in South Africa

How do you reach youth in a multicultural country with 13 national languages and a declining educational system? Our young and creative Nomad team in Johannesburg is working to address the spiritual needs in their own culture.

Geoff Gordon-Stuart of Project Nomad-Johannesburg, South Africa

The following is a brief overview of our newest series.

We are in the final stages of editing and distribution for the next ten videos for the 42-Day Discipleship Guide series. Our Talents and Testimonies series continues to grow. We are seeking more speakers who bear good fruit and can be an example to the youth of South Africa.

We made a new contact regarding a potential series called the 5-Minute Theologian. It’s sound theology in an upbeat and fast presentation with a variety of speakers. The series is still in the planning and discussion phase, but we see the possibility for significant outreach for this project.

Thank you for your support as we continue to seek out opportunities for our team to reflect God’s glory so His Name will be great among the nations. Together we are making disciples in South Africa.

 

Opportunity of a Lifetime

A ministry partner who provided Project Nomad training in Inner Mongolia.

Thank you on behalf of these dear brothers and sisters in Inner Mongolia. You’ve given them a skill they’ve desired for a long time. Fifteen people were trained in basic production.

These are some of their comments:

God has given me this opportunity through GNPI and through the Nomad training.

I’m going to treasure this time.

I’m going to use the gift God has given me.

I’m going to use this training for His Kingdom.

More Kingdom Benefits

View highlights of Project Nomad trainings in Kenya, Togo, North Africa, Eurasia, and the Philippines.

“We’re leaving this place with students who know how to use technology to share the Gospel.”
— Ministry partner from New Missions Systems International

Kingdom Benefits

Meet some of the recent participants from Togo, Hong Kong, Eurasia, and the Philippines as they explain the value of Project Nomad training.

“Project Nomad is empowering an entire generation to reach out to more people.” —  Andrew Orocay from Manila, Philippines

Standing on the Scriptures

Habacuc Diaz, Project Nomad-Santiago, Chile

Our team is working on a new Bible study series in partnership with Christian Restoration Bible Seminary.

The study helps answer questions about what some view as biblical discrepancies. The study is designed to reveal how the proposed “discrepancies” of the Scriptures provide incidental proof that there was no collusion among the sacred writers. Instead the Spirit of God was inspiring and controlling their development.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjY8GxwBl4g16eSs8MIBQRw

Mike Boyce serves as the video teacher for this series. He shares this message about the impact of the media:

I’ve been a missionary here in Chile for several years now. In too many cases we end up doing things we’re not very good at because it needs to be done. I’m thankful for Habacuc’s help with the media needs for the new Bible Institute project for the Restoration Movement churches here. It is quite a blessing that I don’t have to do it myself and that we can have a quality of materials that would otherwise be cost-prohibitive. The high quality of the media projects he has completed with us so far helps communicate the excellence we strive to achieve in ministry and allows us to stay focused on our work. The videos we’ve done so far have been a mixture of promotional videos, practical resources, and teaching. In regard to the latter, there is little high-quality media material available online from a Restoration Movement perspective in Spanish. I hope Habacuc can continue to help with this work that so we can effectively communicate an important message to our brothers and sisters throughout Chile and the Spanish-speaking world.

 


 

Project Nomad Kids Version

Timothy Jai Kumar, Project Nomad-Chennai, India

I’d like to offer a special greeting to young people who are just learning about Project Nomad. Let me introduce my own daughters and tell you a little information about what it’s like to live in India.

I love my job which allows me to work with Bible college students and teach them how to make videos to tell people about Jesus. GNPI has also sent me to provide media training for people in other countries. The Bible says in Matthew 28:20 that we should go into all the world to share the Gospel. I feel like that’s exactly what I’m doing!

In dozens of places throughout Central and South America, Asia, Africa, and beyond, GNPI is reaching places and people we’ve never reached before with the hope of Jesus.

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