Prayers & Praises
“. . . rejoice that your names are written in heaven.” —Luke 10:20
Team Leader Habacuc Diaz of the NOMaD team in Chile is calling their team Indigno, which means Unworthy, a name meant to create a dialogue about what Christ did for us. The team in Chile is working on some new projects, including a series called Sabías Que? (Did You Know?). This series will educate youth regarding abortion. It will feature interviews with doctors, as well as real life testimonies. A teaching series of premarital counseling material and one on biblical principles of finances is also in the works. Please pray that the team can create many resources as tools for the entire church community to use in order to have a greater impact in their ministries.
More Listeners in Mexico!
Gustavo Velázquez of GNPI-Mexico shares, “Praise God for the growth of Buenas Nuevas radio. The number of average monthly listeners has grown to 6,000. There are programs, music, and lots of interaction with the live show each week. There is an App available, so people are listening on their phones also. The link is buenasnuevasradio.com.”
Open Doors in India!
Simmi Dhingra of GNPI-Chandigarh, India, writes, “Many are hearing the Gospel in northern India. GNPI co-workers are seeing Solar Kits open doors to teach God’s Word effectively to people of all ages and to connect them to local churches.” Simmi has been carrying on the work of the ministry since the sudden illness and death of her husband, Deepak, last November. We are grateful for her faithful witness and diligent work for the Lord.
Finalizing Fall Projects!
TP of SE Asia writes, “Pray for us to finish the projects our team is processing: Armageddon News (DVD), Thanksgiving testimonies, the Gospel music project, Truth Is Found Within the Body, and our other projects. Pray we will be able to start evangelistic trainings in 2015. Please keep praying for our family. We are in the process of building a house. Our daughter, Angela, is preparing for college in the US. Please pray for her to get her visa.”
God Saw Us Through!
Isaac Masiga of GNPI-Kenya shares, “We just finished shooting some video at a men’s retreat/conference in Mombasa, which is on the eastern coastline of the country. Even though we had technical challenges, God saw us through. Thanks a lot for your continual support and prayers, we really appreciate them!”