Prayers & Praises
“The Lord has done great things for us, and we are filled with joy.” — Psalm 126:3 (NIV)
Reaching Remote Villages: Stephen Muturi of GNPI-Uganda says, “The distribution of Solar Kits is going well. According to field reports from evangelists this year, we have been able to reach approximately 2,045 people in different regions of Uganda with the Gospel message using the Solar Kits. We also work to connect people with local churches in our network. Thanks for your continued support.”
Every Little Detail: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Philippines writes, “We have taped 10 new episodes of Say It Forward. Thanks for continuing to pray for us as we work on this series highlighting the practical advice of Christian business people. God is involved in every little detail of our production, even our lives behind the camera. We ask for prayer that we would always see His hand and know His heart as we work.”
Developing a Biblical Worldview: Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Ukraine says, “The Joint College of Christian Apologetics is one our most joyful projects in mainland Ukraine! The students have a variety of backgrounds. They are ministers, university teachers, scientists, and musicians. They come to every session with great excitement to learn how to develop, share, and propagate a solid biblical worldview in every aspect of their lives, work, and ministries. May the Lord be praised through His faithful disciples!”
Getting Settled in Pachuca: Sergio Alvarado of the Nomad team in Pachuca, Mexico, says they are getting settled in their new facility. They are still having a few issues with electricity and Internet since other areas of the Jubilee Church building are still being completed. The team continues to provide support for the church as well as working on their own scheduled projects. Click here to watch one of their latest videos.
Praying for Unity, Peace, and Reconciliation: Tom Silkwood of GNPI-Thailand says, “We are working on our second Movement Everywhere program about Prayer Cycling. The project leader, Mr. Bunsak, rode his bicycle in the northeast region of Thailand for seven days praying for unity, peace, and reconciliation. Thailand has experienced political turmoil for some time and is under a military government. There were 2,000 people who attended the Pray for Thailand meeting.”