“. . . Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” — Psalm 27:14
The team at GNPI-Mexico is preparing to show their newest short film about suicide at an annual youth event on November 1. Two hundred fifty youth are expected to attend. Please pray that God will use the message of the film to make a strong impact on these young people.
Making Optimum Use of Technology!
Ministry partners in India write, “We started Xpressions – the media unit under ServAsia with the help of GNPI, to produce media, particularly focused on evangelism and discipleship. We are overwhelmed by the responses we have received from individuals and organizations approaching us to help them produce media resources. We have plans to further train our students at Lakeview Bible College and Seminary, the next generation of leaders, to produce media resources, so they will know how to make optimum use of technology for the glory of God. We just finished training with GNPI. We have started several projects already, including The Global Gospel in Tamil and Telugu.”
A World Championship Staring Competition!
Jeff Silkwood of GNPI-Thailand was invited to join a Thai couple on a mission trip to the wife’s home village. Jeff shares, “We spent three nights in the Karen village teaching English and sharing the story of Christ with the children. I got the chance to use the Solar Kit. The word spread that a movie would be shown at the school, and children of all ages came out of the woodwork to see it. All were fascinated by the movie. By the expressions on their faces, you would have thought each one was competing in a world championship staring competition. The Solar Kit system worked remarkably well. In fact, many children asked if another video could be shown. The couple has already invited me to return to that village and to visit another one to show the message of Christ.”
Releasing Two Albums!
Pong Dang of GNPI-SE Asia reports, “Our new Gospel music video album will be distributed during the month of November. This album specifically aims to call back wayward Christians and to strengthen their faith. Moreover, it will serve as a tool to share the Gospel in music among non-believers. We have another Gospel music album (created for our 10 year anniversary of GNPI-SE Asia earlier in the year) that will be distributed before Christmas. We are making arrangements for that project too.”
Doing Great in Mbale!
Jesca of GNPI-Uganda writes, “We are doing great here in Mbale! We have been working on a project for one of our ministry partners. The project is for a missionary family in Uganda to help share about their work with their supporting church. Director of Operations Stephen Muturi is settling in well, but we still need to pray for him and his wife in this transition.”