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Prayers & Praises

Restore us, O God; make your face shine on us, that we may be saved.— Psalm 80:3 (NIV)

Another Month of Training: Timothy P. of GNPI-SE Asia writes, “Because of God’s guidance and His leading, we are completing our second month-long training for eleven Christian leaders to become trainers. Seven teachers are taking turns with the teaching. Evening sessions include time for practicing how to share the Gospel with others. Thank you for your prayers. God bless you.”

One Tribe Peace Project: Stephen Muturi of GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, writes, “It’s an honor for the opportunity to continue serving God through media and other related new ways. We had a team of nine youths from South Sudan and some LivingStone International University students helping us translate the One Tribe Peace project from English to Juba Arabic. They finished translations and have recorded around 20 episodes for the first phase. They will be finishing this month followed by editing. We will start working on the remaining 20 episodes after the scripts are sent to us. Join us in praying for God’s grace and favor as we try to make an impact on the lives of youths in the area.”

Source of Inspiration and Wisdom: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Manila, Philippines, writes, “Thank you for praying for our outreach through our newest devotional series, Faith Matters, too! We are receiving positive feedback. The following comments really motivate us to keep working. ‘The videos have become a daily moment of reflection and are enriching me spiritually. The series is an important source of inspiration and wisdom; it completes my day. Thank you so much for sharing this message with us. When I watch and listen to your message, I feel like God is talking to me.’ May the Lord continue to speak to Filipinos through this series.”

Transformation: Gayle Silkwood of GNPI-Chiang Mai, Thailand, writes, “Our Movement Everywhere #11 is a fascinating story of a man who had a cruel heart, but God changed him overnight. He now spends his time doing good things for others, especially for orphans. Please pray that God will continue to bless and unite people from this series of video travel logs.”

Serving Internally Displaced Persons: Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Eurasia writes, “Another facet of our ministry is a partnership with missions serving internally displaced persons (IDPs). More than 1.6 million Ukrainians from Donbas and Crimea are registered as IDPs officially. This is a huge number for the country with the population of 45 million, more than one in every 30 people! Many churches are helping them by providing food, clothing, shelter, and medical care. Meeting these people’s felt needs became a great vehicle for sharing the love of God and the Word of God with them. God opens their hearts, and several congregations of mostly new converts are growing. ‘The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.’ ”

 

GNPI Makes the Journey Easier

Stephen Muturi, Operations Manager of GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, shares the following testimony of a minister who has been using a Solar Kit from GNPI.

My name is Michael Simbwa. I am a minister at the Mityana Church of Christ in the central region of the country. I have been a Christian for over 20 years.  My parents are of the Catholic faith. I decided to take a different path in school when I gave my life to Christ. The call to evangelize has been full of challenges, but Jesus prepared us.

One of the reasons I became an evangelist was to reach as many people as possible. The great commission is dear to my heart. It is with this that I have kept the faith, committed myself to mission work even with financial and social among other challenges facing people who go into full time ministry.

I was introduced to GNPI in 2010 soon after they opened the office in Uganda. By then I was actively involved in evangelism and ministry in my village, Bikhonge, Bulambuli district. Having the Solar Kits has been more than a blessing to my call. When preaching to people, every pastor hopes to get many people’s attention. This can be hard when people are very busy trying to make a living.

I cannot thank God enough for what He has achieved through the Solar Kits. I never imagined I would travel to places outside my village but the numbers the films attract inspire me. I have reached so many people, something that I would never have done without the use of this portable technology.

I testify that God is never limited by anything. He can reach people in the farthest of places. I am humbled to be His vessel of ministry. GNPI makes the journey easier.
I am glad for the partnership.

Listen to these young people in Busiu, Uganda, the south central part of the country, who were also grateful for the chance to learn from GNPI videos on the Solar Kit earlier this year.

 

Six Days

Sergei Golovin, Regional Director of GNPI-Eurasia

Six Days is the theme of our summer children’s programs, which have taken place carefully in the format of day camps, family camps, and playgrounds. Our team focuses on building the faith of people of all ages, and building a Christian worldview in youth is our top priority. The nations of the former Soviet Union have experienced a great exodus from the Egypt of communism to the desert of secular democracy. Our goal is to do everything we can for the next generation to enter the promised land of the Kingdom.

The following video features some of the highlights with these young people.

Please join us in prayer for these children who learned how God created the world in six days, for staff safety, for the Lord’s guidance, and for His greater glory in this region.

Update from Eldoret, Kenya

Project Nomad teammates Protus, Luka, and Festus talk about their passion to produce media that addresses the real issues affecting people in their society.

They said, “We thank God for the ministry we have. What we are doing is creating an impact and transforming many lives!”

If you would like to invest in the effective work of this team, contact us at www.gnpi.org/donate.

An Honor

Isaac Masiga, Regional Director of GNPI-Nairobi, Kenya

Our team had the honor to stream a live broadcast for the national day of prayer in Kenya last month.

We had a turnout of nearly 50,000 people who came to pray for the country.

The event was a prayer rally named National Peace and Destiny of Kenya, and it unified churches from all denominations in Kenya.


The following video shows the entire two hour event.

Please continue to pray for our nation after last week’s elections.

Salt

Gayle Silkwood, Office Manager for GNPI-Chiang Mai, Thailand

Our team continues to work on Biblical Extension Courses in the Thai language. Our Thai staff uses the term “Kitchen of God’s Word” for this series. “Kitchen of God’s Word” refers to the way each pastor can use his own style and “flavors” to present delicious truths as we feast on God’s Word.

The following two-part session teaches about the value of salt. We invite you to share in the blessing from Pastor Jeerasak Saelee.

Full Effort

Gustavo Velázquez of GNPI-Piedras Negras, Mexico

Our team is finishing the first part of The Global Gospel in sign language. We were inspired by the commitment of our ministry partners to share the Gospel. We were also impressed to see the excitement of the deaf students who participated in this project.

In September we plan to travel to Matamoros, Tamaulipas, to record the second and last part of this project.

 

Prayers & Praises

“I sought the Lord, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears.”
— Psalm 34:4 (NIV)

Good News in Guatemala: GNPI ministry partner Pablo Perales writes, “Criba, our production about a young man who is at the crossroads of several important life decisions aired on Channel 26 last weekend in Guatemala. Their programming schedule shows they have our other two films, Sin Alternativa and Promesa de Amor in the lineup for the week. This channel is one of the most important of the country with repeaters on various cable systems. Praise the Lord for these opportunities to share the Good News throughout Guatemala.”

National Peace Rally: Isaac Masiga and his team at GNPI-Nairobi, Kenya, streamed a live broadcast for the national day of prayer in Kenya last month. Isaac says, “We had a turnout of nearly 50,000 people who came to pray for the country. The event was a prayer rally named National Peace and Destiny of Kenya, and it unified churches from all denominations in Kenya. Please continue to pray for our nation as we hold elections this week.”

God’s Blessing: Timothy Jai Kumar of Project Nomad-Chennai, India, writes, “The Lord blessed our training in the Middle East. We trained 17 young people, and met with a local Christian man who is willing to provide ongoing nurturing, mentoring, and supervision for the team as they work to create and distribute videos to reach the target audience.”

Finish Line: Please pray for the final editing and completion of the funding for the New Angle Media project. A portion of this interactive series for children and their parents launches this month. The finished series will include 10 stories from the Old Testament and 10 stories from the New Testament.

A Highlight: Stephen Muturi of GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, writes, “Our ministry partners went to one of the Lake Victoria islands last month. A highlight of the trip was seeing one of the local evangelists share the Gospel with the help of a Solar Kit and then baptize three people during that time. We are glad to be a part of what God is doing through these evangelists.”

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