“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” — Philippians 4:6
Solar Kit Requests! Director of Operations Tom Nutt reports, “I have sent out 22 Solar Kits from Joplin since January 1. I have 44 total units requested since January and about seven more emails with additional requests that came in last week.” Thank you for giving to GNPI, so we can provide these helpful tools to workers around the world.
Invitation to Youth Camp! PD of SE Asia writes, “Church leaders and youth leaders of the northern region have organized to teach Christian youth in the summer youth camps. Timothy was invited to teach there again. There were 786 youth trainees at youth camp last year.” Praise God for this opportunity to influence the next generation.
Ogiek Evangelism! Isaac Masiga of GNPI-Kenya writes, “Yesterday we had leaders of the Ogiek community come and pick up a Solar Kit from us. They will use our videos with the Solar Kit to evangelize the indigenous Ogiek community. The pastors were more than happy to receive this powerful tool that will help them in ministery. Thanks for the continuous prayers and support for us, and the country, especially now that we’re dealing a lot with terrorist threats and the like.”
Casting Completion! Abi Flores of GNPI-Mexico shares, “We have finished making castings for the short film on anorexia, Shadow of Flowers. We are pleased by the response of the people involved. Before long we will be giving instructions to start with the recording. Please pray for us to do everything to the glory of God.”
Ministering Beyond Our Borders! Manee Massey of GNPI-Damoh, India, writes, “Recently, I traveled to Delhi by overnight train to meet a man who is taking one of our Solar Kits to Bangladesh.” Please pray for hearts to be open to the Gospel in Bangladesh. In addition please remember to pray for those in Nepal as they recover from the recent earthquakes. Pray that God will use the GNPI partners from India who are reaching out to help those hurting in Nepal.