Prayers & Praises
“For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” — Ephesians 2:10
Protus Sibukule of the NOMaD team in Eldoret, Kenya, shares, “God is so good! We have seen many people change their hearts and accept the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. One time after showing Christian films on the GNPI Solar Kit, we baptized more than 75 people in one day. Praise Jesus! The number kept increasing, and eventually, we planted our very first church in Pokot. Up to this day, project NOMaD has helped us reach more areas with the Message of Christ. Hundreds of souls have been rescued from the power of darkness into the kingdom of light. We thank God so much for allowing us as his vessels in ministering to the Pokot and the surrounding communities. Today, we have planted more than six churches in these regions! Glory to God!”
A New Request!
Manee Massey of GNPI-Damoh, India, writes, “Our distribution of The Global Gospel in Hindi is going well. Recently, we attended an annual meeting of churches to pass out 100 copies among the preachers and church leaders. While there, we received a request for 500 immediate copies of The Global Gospel in Chhattisgarhi from various preachers and individuals.” Praise God for the opportunity to meet this need and for bringing partners together to help us do it.
“We thank the Lord!”
Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Philippines writes, “Please help us pray as we finalize the WWJD program on Stress Management this week after some technical difficulties. Then we are working on Career or Calling and Barkadas (Gangs) and why teens prefer the gangs to their own families. We are also working on some new concepts and new programs, so we pray for God’s wisdom about these matters. We thank the Lord that he allows us to do what we do here.”
Update from Uganda!
Jesca of GNPI-Uganda writes, “Currently the Life of Christ series is on hold due to some other ministry responsibilities for our teacher, but we hope to resume some time this week before he travels to Kenya. However, three episodes are being edited and episode one is done. We have been doing some projects for Livingstone International University (LIU) for the last month, and we thank God for that partnership. LIU also asked us (GNPI) to start managing their social media accounts and their Website. Please pray for our coworker, Stephen Angois, who is traveling to Sudan to train a missionary team there on how to use the Solar Kit.”
A Great Work for God!
Ministry partners from NY write, “We so wish we could give more! You are doing a great work for God. Do not grow weary.” Thank you to each of the individuals and churches who pray, support, and encourage us each month.