Since 1989, GNPI has strategically positioned nine regional centers throughout the world. Like a large family, where each child is unique, the same could be said for each regional center. Some have a staff of ten, others a staff of three. Some work only in video; others work in a
Kenya is a beautiful country, rich in colors, music, and history. Kenyans are strong and have endured much. More than 1.6 million people are living with HIV/AIDS and more than 60% of the population is 25 years old or younger.
The regional center in Kenya produces material that is culturally relevant
Jeff Silkwood has joined his father, Tom Silkwood, regional director of the GNPI regional center in Thailand. Part of Jeff’s responsibility will be to assemble and distribute Solar Kits.
by Jeff Silkwood of GNPI-Thailand
We can see how God is already working here in Chiang Mai, and we are amazed that we
“I wait for the LORD, my whole being waits, and in his word I put my hope.” — Psalm 130:5 (NIV)
“The Global Gospel Preaches!”
Jesca of GNPI-Uganda writes, “Last Sunday, Mbale Church of Christ started using The Global Gospel in the Luganda version in the main services for preaching purposes. They
By definition, a nomad is someone who wanders from place to place, usually in search of food or water to provide for their livestock. At GNPI, our version of a nomad is a bit different.
The vision for project NOMaD was sparked about five years ago. NOMaD is an acronym for
by Pa See Vang, Creative Team Assistant, GNPI
It’s wonderful to see people make the decision to walk with Christ. Here are some baptism photos from around the world.
by guest blogger Nick Parsons, GNPI Board Member
If you care about The Great Commission, you should care about technology. Let me explain:
A few years back, I was a member of a church planting team in Nagoya, Japan. We were attempting to share Christ and make disciples among the 2nd largest
Thailand is a country of vast beauty and extreme spiritual darkness.
Glorious beaches, rich green landscapes, and colorful costumes lend their beauty to this country. However, there is another side to this nation, a dark side that includes human trafficking and forced labor.
Ninety-four percent of the people there are Buddhists.
. . . “Lord, what do You want me to do?” — Acts 9:6 (NKJV)
“Wonderful Stories on the Life of Jesus!”
David Lall of GNPI-Damoh, India, shares an email from Pastor Nishi Barde. Pastor Barde writes, “I just want to extend my appreciation and thanks to you and your mission for
Project NOMaD Coordinator Jason Miller has a great heart, but his Spanish leaves much to be desired. It is evident in this funny video clip, cultural relevance really is important. We don’t want to produce materials for Chileans to use in ministry, we want Chileans producing what will be best