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“. . . Love each other deeply with all your heart.” — 1 Peter 1:22 (NLT)

Beyond Our Imagination: A Christian worker in eastern Europe who is sharing The Global Gospel through a website and Facebook page says, “Praise the Lord! People from all over this country and the world are seeing the Good News in their own homes, many for the first time! We are excited to see the impact this is having. It is far beyond what we could have imagined!”

Sustaining Prayers: Simmi Dhingra of GNPI-Chandigarh, India, writes, “When we started our evening worship in one of the villages, the local Sikh group complained about our music to their leader and asked him to make us stop the service. My son, Suraj, peacefully resolved the issue by offering to move the meeting elsewhere. Interestingly, as we agreed to relocate our services, the leader was very impressed with our humility and respect for them. In fact, he let us continue our service as long as we took steps to keep quiet. It was nice to see a little bit of his father in Suraj as he settled the issue and to know that God was with us. Your prayers sustain us, and we ask you to continue lifting us up. We need wisdom and protection.”

Distributing Songs of Victory: Abi Flores of GNPI-Piedras Negras, Mexico, writes, “We have been working to publicize and distribute the new “Songs of Victory” CD produced with musician Danny Salazar. The material is now available on social networks for free. Go to www.dannysalazar.net to download this album. Please pray for the overall project to be a blessing to many people.”

Something Better: Nenette Pacoli of GNPI-Manila, Philippines, says, “Mr. Archie de la Cruz chose to believe in God’s promise to prepare something better for him and his family as he persevered against the hardships of life. Praise the Lord for this testimony in the new Say It Forward episode, Being Faithful Because God is Faithful. Watch, learn, and say it forward!”

Electrical Issues: Project Nomad Coordinator Mark Allen says, “Our team in Pachuca, Mexico, is doing well. These team members have an office in a newly constructed church, but electricity is not consistent. Please pray this can be resolved soon as the local government authorities have assured them it will be. For now the team works from a nearby English institute.”

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