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Bridges to Christ

It can be intimidating to share the hope of Jesus with people from different faith backgrounds. The expanding GNPI network allows you to be part of an effective team working together in more than 160 nations to produce global media, train international leaders, and impact the lives of millions.

Your partnership is helping Timothy P. of GNPI-SE Asia equip leaders and churches to thrive through practical, month-long trainings. The first event was held six months ago. Several participants share what they learned about the one true God. It’s a careful strategy to present Christ to Buddhists in Southeast Asia, and it is stirring a new excitement as well as transforming the lives of those who participate.

Timothy is now hosting the fourth month-long training with 13 more people from around the region. Click here to watch testimonies from the first training.


“Around The Network” – 90 Second Journey

Isn’t it encouraging to watch people who are learning to trust the Lord daily? For those not yet connected to a family of believers, media can be a vehicle to move people forward in faith. Learn how your gifts are touching individuals for Christ through GNPI coworkers in Mexico and Thailand.

Thank you for helping others to encounter Christ on this journey of life.

P.S. – You are welcome to download this video on Vimeo to encourage your congregation or missions committee.

Fully Convinced

Your support is transforming individual lives, sustaining marriages, and strengthening the Church in SE Asia.Timothy P. of GNPI-SE Asia shares this encouraging testimony:

A new believer writes, “An evangelist who uses GNPI resources came to our village and met with my husband. Then my husband wanted to accept Jesus Christ and be baptized. I was so upset and angry with him. I told him that if he chose to be baptized, we must divorce. My husband ignored what I said, and he explained to me that Jesus Christ is the true and living God. Last month his explanations touched my heart. Later he took me to the evangelist who taught me with the Christian media.

Finally I was fully convinced that Jesus Christ is the true God and Savior, so I chose to be baptized. Now I tell my friends about Jesus in the factory where I work.”

Thank you for helping people in SE Asia become fully convinced about the hope of Jesus.

“Around The Network” – Psalm 117

Psalm 117 is the shortest chapter in the Bible, but it casts an eternal vision. It is a beautiful sneak peek into heaven to experience the nations of the world praising the Lord together.

GNPI ministry partners from 12 nations collaborated on this special project. Please enjoy and share this video!

P.S. – You are welcome to download this video on Vimeo to encourage your congregation or missions committee.

A Good Platform among Muslims

Your giving is influencing young students for Christ in Tanzania through a Solar Kit.

Christian workers in Tanzania write, “Praise the Lord! We are grateful for the Solar Kit which has been instrumental in proclaiming the Gospel in a Muslim dominated school.”

The school has 431 pupils and only six pupils are Christians. The headmaster allows the Christian workers to show films to the pupils. The entire school turns out on Wednesday and Friday afternoons to watch the Old Testament movies. This provides a good platform to share with these children without resistance. After the films, the Christian workers give a conclusion and explain where those biblical principles are found in Scripture.

These Christian workers are encouraged and excited. They said, “We believe the Word of God is being sown in these young souls, and we expect to obtain a great harvest in the future. We also believe God will give us favor in other schools and open more doors to reach out to those who don’t know Christ.”

Tom Ommemo of GNPI-Nairobi, Kenya, is working directly with the Christian workers in Tanzania on your behalf to deliver these evangelistic tools. Tom validates their experience with his own when sharing the Gospel in African villages.


Introducing . . .

Welcome to our new series, Around The Network! Your first episode features GNPI coworkers in Damoh, India, and their opportunity to share the Gospel with Hindus in an upcoming national Christmas broadcast.

Your prayers and giving are helping to make disciples throughout the world!

P.S. – You are welcome to download this video on Vimeo to encourage your congregation or missions committee.


Eleven Ways You Are Making a Global Impact


  1. You are promoting peace in Kenya.

GNPI-Nairobi, Kenya, often provides media coverage at national events. Most recently the team served at Kenya’s National Day of Prayer live broadcast which unified churches throughout the nation. More than 50,000 people gathered to pray.

  1. You are reaching out to refugees in Uganda.

GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, is creating a project to reach refugees in response to the one million South Sudanese people have fled to refugee camps in Uganda. This team is working with another ministry to help transform communities with God-centered peace. They also supplied believers with a Solar Kit and Christian resources.

3. You are sharing the hope of Christ on national television in India.

GNPI-Damoh, India, broadcasts on Christmas and Easter to an audience of more than 40 million viewers. The team has engaged in dialogue with 1,200 families this year to offer the viewers more Christian resources and to connect them with believers in their areas. Their Youtube channels have over 5,000 new subscribers and 650,000 views, including active discussions with 550 viewers.

  1. You are making disciples and training leaders in SE Asia.

GNPI-SE Asia shared the Gospel with 688 people via seminars and Solar Kits this year. The team has also initiated a movement for Christ in this Buddhist stronghold by hosting three month-long intensive trainings to equip 35 leaders from various regions to share the Gospel in Buddhist villages.

  1. You are ministering to persecuted and scattered Christians across Eurasia.

GNPI-Eurasia ministers to displaced people across Europe following a government invasion. Regional Director Sergei Golovin participates regularly on a national television program about Christian issues. The online episode about the accuracy of the Resurrection of Jesus received 40,000 views. Their online productions are viewed by as many as 40 nations monthly, including Saudi Arabia and Mongolia.

  1. You are inspiring people in Thailand with testimonies of how Christ transforms lives.

GNPI-Chiang Mai, Thailand, reports that viewership of their three key productions, Changed, Movement Everywhere, and Biblical Extension Courses, increased by 42 percent this year.

Noi and her husband (pictured above) have been working together to share God’s Word in Thailand for over 30 years. Gayle Silkwood of GNPI-Chiang Mai, Thailand, writes, “Everywhere Noi goes she is constantly telling her story of how God loved a poor orphan girl like herself, sparing her life so she could give testimony to His greatness.”

  1. You are ministering to an unreached people group of 32 million in Latin America.

GNPI-Piedras Negras, Mexico, is finalizing The Global Gospel in sign language. There are virtually no other media resources available for these 32 million people in Latin America.

  1. You are meeting people where they are in the Philippines.

GNPI-Manila, Philippines, offers practical principles from God’s Word. There are 22,000 subscribers to their Faith Matters, too! devotional series on Facebook. These followers have the series delivered to their favorite devices daily.

  1. You are sharing God’s Word with visual learners.

The Global Gospel is now complete in 28 language versions. Soon the 13 in progress will be available online. These programs are included in personalized study plans on the most popular Bible app in the world, YouVersion. To date, more than 32,846 plans have been completed.

  1. You are providing effective tools to share the Gospel in areas with little or no access to electricity.

GNPI has supplied Solar Kits to help share the Gospel since 1981. Since then the ministry has deployed more than 600 Solar Kits to nearly 50 nations.

  1. You are training people in difficult areas to use media to advance their ministries.

Project Nomad has courageously moved forward with trainings in difficult areas, like Egypt and Inner Mongolia. Another training event is scheduled for January in Damoh, India. Our eight regional centers are helping to oversee the increasing numbers of developing and established Nomad teams as Project Nomad continues to grow.

Visit for more exciting details about each regional center and Nomad team.

Satan Failed

Mike Schrage, Executive Director

One truth in Kingdom work is that the more effort and vision are extended to reach people, the more the evil one strives to discourage and destroy.

As our Piedras Negras team gathered to discuss their future productions and people they hoped to reach, they were not ignorant of Satan’s schemes. They dreamed about reaching cities such as Pachuca and Querétaro, as well as the countries of Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, and Chile.

As some of these exciting plans began to take shape over the last year, a key staff person made the difficult decision to move his family to Querétaro for the benefit of his special needs son.

The news of Pablo’s leaving devastated the team in Piedras Negras, yet a part-time staff member Ali stepped up to help fill the gap.

Pablo is still working with the Piedras Negras team part of the time, and his son is steadily improving with the special training and attention available in Querétaro. In addition, God is using Pablo as the web designer, videographer, graphics designer, and trainer to help launch an exciting new church planting effort called Impacto Network.

Gustavo Velázquez, regional director of GNPI-Piedras Negras said, “Satan had plans to reduce and discourage us. After seeing Pablo, his family, and his work, I know that they are well, and so are we. What Satan tried to do has failed.”

Amen! What Satan tried to do at Calvary failed too, and that is Good News!


Media Multiplies and Empowers

Imagine your local school board gathering to discuss which new book titles are best for their teachers’ curriculum. Imagine a college faculty meeting to learn how to incorporate relevant Christian thought into their university culture. Our global partner is accomplishing this kind of impact with your help.

Dr. Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Eurasia is working to “shine the light of the Good News in the darkness of atheism and communist ideology imposed on many generations in our part of the world 100 years ago!

Sergei recently helped organize and teach at an international conference for leading Christian intellectuals who met to discuss various approaches to shift the post-communist world mentality toward a Bible-based worldview. All the sessions and seminars were recorded on video and streamed over the Internet. The resources are now available online and can be accessed by the people in remote and restricted areas. Sergei says, “It is amazing how media multiplies and empowers our limited efforts!”

Sergei was encouraged to see many of his former students now managing their own ministries or serving in the public offices to make a real impact on society.



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?