“Great is our Lord and mighty in power; his understanding has no limit.” —Psalm 147:5
Manee Massey of GNPI-Damoh reports, “One of the major national satellite channels contacted us regarding the broadcast of our TV series, Nav-Chetna, based on the problems of youth. This channel has a vast national viewership, and we think that it is a great opportunity for us. We accepted their offer, and by the grace of God, found three sponsors who are willing to cover the broadcast fee. We have a prime time slot starting Sunday, August 3, for the next 13 weeks.” Praise God for this new opportunity!
Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Philippines reports, “Our recent appreciation dinner went well. Although we had a few last-minute cancellations (due to bad weather), the ones who did come got to know one another, made new connections, or just re-connected after 10 years! We were able to thank our guests, explain the ministry of GNPI, and give them our gifts. Thank you so much for allowing all of us to be part of this ministry. That sounds a bit cliché, but it is what is always in our hearts.”
Jeff Silkwood of GNPI-Thailand says, “Mary and I are continually amazed at how God works things out in our lives. It causes us to stop and remind ourselves that we serve an amazing God. Now that this round of stresses are over, I also have to admit that without the difficulties, we would not have truly appreciated what God did in getting us through it all. We thank all who have been praying and supporting us as we start out here in Thailand.”
“I can’t begin to explain the excitement!”
Director of Operations Tom Nutt recently sent a Solar Kit to a Christian worker and received this note of thanks. Bob from Sierra Leone says, “I can’t begin to explain the excitement over this gift. I’m sure you can imagine what my coworkers have been carrying from village to village to show videos.” Thank you, GNPI partners, for the chance to provide Christian workers with tools to help them share the Gospel more easily.
Creator Camp 2014 in Crimea!
Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Ukraine writes, “With great joy, I am glad to say that the most challenging project of the year is completed! We successfully managed to arrange The Creator Children’s Camp at the occupied territory. The troubles of the world did not stop us. We just regrouped for new conditions. As usual, the camp was a testing field for new curriculum for camps, Sunday schools, and children’s programs. This year the theme of the curriculum was Creator of the Universe. We focused on the design of the universe, the ways people study it, and God’s plan for it according to the Scriptures. Various games, sports activities, and experiments helped kids have a lot of fun and learn the material effectively. At the end of the camp, the children gave a special performance at the church to share what they learned with parents and friends who don’t usually go to church. The guests received some of our books as a gift. Please pray with us for the seeds planted!”