Eleven Ways You Are Making a Global Impact
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.”
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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 www.gnpi.org/news for more exciting details about each regional center and Nomad team.