Prayers & Praises
“. . . I am your shield, your very great reward.” — Genesis 15:1
GNPI Praises and Prayer Requests for July 1, 2014
Not in Vain!
Vince Vigil of GNPI-Uganda says, “Today was a reminder that your labor in the Lord is not in vain. Click here to watch the video of these three ministries working together. The ladies from our local sewing ministry have been working hard to make clothes and cloth diapers for babies over the past few months. The sewing ladies delivered what they made to another local ministry called Cure Hospital, a neurosurgery hospital treating children with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. In the background of this scene, two guys from GNPI were also serving with their specific skill set by taking video footage. Individually, the ministries make a positive impact, but when the skills are used together, the impact is huge. I pray that God continues to encourage each of these people to share their skills to help each other.”
Eddie, a Christian worker in Sudan says, “Media ministry is still going well. I am really excited about the future of this work. I recorded an interview with a man, Innocent, regarding media. Innocent does a lot of media stuff on the radio and distributes media in the area. He said the most effective media he has are the audio Bibles and the GNPI films called Tough Choices and What Can I Do? Please pray for this media ministry to continue to evolve into something effective and God honoring.”
Tools for Sowing Seed!
A Christian worker in eastern Europe anticipates using a new version of The Global Gospel soon. He writes, “Pray for ongoing translation and development projects. Keep praying as resources come in and deadlines are met! We should have several more tools for sowing seed very soon, and we are pleased to see our development projects helping families in our community!”
Breath of Heaven!
Gustavo Velázquez of GNPI-Mexico writes, “We’ve done several live shows of Breath of Heaven. We thank God that it is going well. It is a program of reflection on the Psalms. The audience liked it so much, and we are very happy about that. We are also working on audio and music composition of the short film Sin Devolución (No Return). We hope to have it ready this month.”
Isaac Masiga of GNPI-Kenya reports, “I have just returned from a workshop/film festival in Zanzibar for The Distant Boat, which received many nominations. We plan to start recording The Global Gospel in Swahili this week. Thanks for your continual support and prayers.”