“I wait for the LORD, my whole being waits, and in his word I put my hope.” — Psalm 130:5 (NIV)
“The Global Gospel Preaches!”
Jesca of GNPI-Uganda writes, “Last Sunday, Mbale Church of Christ started using The Global Gospel in the Luganda version in the main services for preaching purposes. They will be using it until September. For these five months, they are teaching about the life of Christ. We are also making preparations for our first music video.”
My Cup Runneth Over!
Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Philippines writes about a visit from a local pastor to let her know that approximately 30 young people made decisions for Christ after watching two WWJD programs. Nenette shares, “I am personally overwhelmed and greatly humbled to learn of the transformation happening among these young people. We had planned only for television, where the only feedback we could get was the ‘all-powerful’ ratings, the be-all and end-all of television programs. Yet, with this ‘small-time’ video showing at a church, it is a big bonus that we are able to see the impact on our audience and even see God changing lives right before our eyes. How could that ever compare to ratings? Praise the Lord! My cup runneth over!”
“This Steadfast Hope!”
Simmi Dhingra of GNPI-Chandigarh, India, writes, “What a blessed hope we Christians have in Christ to live with him for eternity. It is truly a privilege to worship a mighty and living God who is our Saviour. As we tread on life’s journey, let this steadfast hope lead us to that great awakening when our Master returns. We pray for God’s mercy and guidance of the Holy Spirit to enable us with his strength and wisdom.”
Serving at Summer Camp!
New staff member, Pong Dang, of GNPI-SE Asia shares, “We recently had our national holiday for the water festival. Most of our team went to a summer youth camp and had a good time participating in various ways. We saw that God was working there wonderfully. Six young people accepted Jesus Christ and were baptized on the last day. Then we handed them over to the members of a local church to care for them. Now we are back in the office and working on The Global Gospel.”
One of the members of the NOMaD team in Donetsk writes, “In Kramatorsk (our home town), terrorists are barricading the main streets. They block the streets with public transportation and cars seized from civilians. Downtown is all one barricade. Thus, they expect to stop the Ukrainian special forces. There are shootings and explosions on the outskirts of the city. Please pray for the safety of our church and family members.”