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Prayers & Praises

“. . . rejoice that your names are written in heaven.” —Luke 10:20

 

 

Team Indigno!
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

Pray for ISIS

There is no question that ISIS is evil. Yet, despite the temptation to dwell solely on this undeniable fact, we must remember two important points: ISIS army members were created in the image of the Triune God, and Christ suffered and spilled his blood so they could have the chance

Winter 2014 Prayer Report Blog

Here is a link for a printable copy of the Prayer Report.
Winter 2014 Prayer Report
“. . . be serious and watchful in your prayers.” 1 Peter 4:7

Buddhist in Southeast Asia
Asia
Buddhist Leader Now Follows Christ! TP of GNPI-SE Asia writes, “Kolay came to my office recently. He lives in another township

NOMaD Team Opens Amazing Doors in South Africa!

An exciting update on the work of the NOMaD team in South Africa by Jeff Kenee, Minister at Warrensburg Church of Christ and 
Evangelist with Reaching and Teaching South Africa Ministries

God continues to bless us under trying circumstances. Life in any country brings with it her own share of trying

Meet Habacuc

By Greg Fish, Creative Media Designer
Project NOMaD-Chile

I was born and raised in Santiago, Chile. That’s just one reason why it’s exciting for me to work with Habacuc Diaz, our point person on a Chilean NOMaD team. In fact, I used to go to school at Santiago Christian Academy where Habacuc’s

Prayers & Praises

“You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” — Jeremiah 29:11

 

“More are being added every week!” Sergio Alvarado of the NOMaD team in Pachuca, Mexico, shares, “Right now we have more than a thousand people worshipping in our three churches, and more are

Columbus Bound…Heading to ICOM

Each year thousands of people look forward to ICOM. (International Conference On Missions), and each year we are excited to pack up and head to whatever city the conference has chosen.
What happens at ICOM?

People commit to mission work.
Friends reunite.
People take advantage of great networking opportunities.
Missionaries learn about new technology and

Is History Repeating Itself?

It’s been said that those who fail to read history are doomed to repeat it.

I received word this week from a colleague in Ukraine about a wonderful opportunity to share God’s Word in public schools there. Yes, you read correctly – in the public schools of atheistic, post-communist, eastern Europe!

Thanks for the Upgrade!

So many of you participated in the Beyond Ourselves campaign, and for that we are truly grateful. To date, we’ve collected 93 percent of all pledges made toward the campaign – a wonderful testimony to your generosity and faithfulness to the legacy of GNPI. Eighty-five percent of churches who made

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