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Helping Them Become Employable, Ethical, and Empowered

  • Posted On February 1, 2014
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“The less people know, the more they yell.” — Seth Godin
Uganda has a history filled with chaos, corrupt dictators, and civil war. In short, the vast majority of the nation’s history has been turbulent. But, since the mid 1980’s, peace has won the day. Not only has a more stable

“It’s Really Doing Wonders in Our Lives.”

  • Posted On January 31, 2014
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God is answering our prayers in encouraging ways as we move quickly into 2014.  We had been praying for the right time to facilitate NOMaD training in India. It became apparent last last year that January would be the best time. During the past two weeks Jason Miller (project NOMaD

Ringfinger Confessionals – Will I Make It? (Episode 3)

  • Posted On January 30, 2014
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Charles Righa is first a Christian, second a musical artist, and third, an African. He came to GNPI-Kenya for help with an idea for a series of 3 short videos that address the topic of abstinence until marriage.

It’s a topic that needs to be discussed, but is often kept quiet.
“My

Jesus, Friend of Sinners

  • Posted On January 29, 2014
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We all need to be reminded of things now and then. God loves you and He wants us to share His love with others.
“Let our hearts be led by mercy
Help us reach with open hearts and open doors
Oh Jesus, friend of sinners, break our hearts for what breaks

Prayers & Praises

“. . . Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name.” — Matthew 6:9 

Transitioning to Thailand!
Jeff Silkwood is moving forward with plans to work at GNPI-Thailand. Jeff is the son of Regional Director Tom Silkwood and his wife Gayle. Jeff will have an important role in communicating with us on behalf of

Solar Kits in Cottage Meetings

We regularly highlight this amazing technology tool: the Solar Kit. They truly provide the opportunity to take culturally relevant media anywhere in the world. As long as the sun shines, Solar Kits can present the clear message of the Gospel to audiences that, many times, have never before heard it.

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Memories of a Stranger

  • Posted On January 25, 2014
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A maroon photo album sits collecting dust in a storage room.  If that album was to be opened, I would find a life I only know through photos. In some, I am a toddler in a pink and white dress dancing by a barb fence. Children all around me with

Power Outage? No Problem!

  • Posted On January 24, 2014
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Do you ever feel “in the dark” about what God is doing in your life? It’s hard sometimes to know exactly how He’ll use the circumstances we encounter. We hear stories of Christians being executed in North Korea and wonder about God’s plan, and we remember our friends in the

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