“. . . You do not have because you do not ask God.” — James 4:2 (NIV)
Delivering the Training: Manee Massey of GNPI-Damoh, India, is traveling with his coworkers to Shillong in northeastern India. It will take 40 hours to travel there by car and train, and 55 hours to get back! They plan to train 30 students from six congregations at the request of the local leaders. The purpose of the event is to train and unite these congregations. Manee eventually hopes to merge this with Project Nomad training and follow-up in that region of India. Pray for them as they travel and work to help strengthen these churches.”
God Is Blessing Us: A ministry partner writes, “Praise the Lord! We started recording The Global Gospel in another major Asian language. God is blessing this project, and I am very pleased with how it is coming together. Our narrator escaped from North Korea more than 10 years ago, and he is very passionate about doing this project. One of the beautiful things about working with him is that he is using a North Korean accent for the recording. Words are pronounced so it will be clearly understood there. I am thankful he can also speak Mandarin; that’s how we communicate.”
Life of Christ Series Release: Othaina Eid of GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, says, “The Life of Christ series is currently being reviewed before we release it. Our plan is to release one episode each week for the next few weeks. I will also start making some connections for distribution to Messiah Theological Institute, area churches, and via Solar Kits.”
Amazing Instrument: Joshua V., a Christian worker from India, stopped by the GNPI office in Joplin to pick up another Solar Kit. Joshua said, “We use it to share Bible stories. It has been so effective. We used to carry a generator, a big screen, and a sound system. We needed two or three guys to set up the whole thing. The Solar Kit is so light to carry. It has been an amazing help and an amazing instrument.”
Finished: Protus Sibukule of Project Nomad-Eldoret, Kenya, says, “We finished our 25 minute video on the dangers of pornography. We are also working on a series for youth based on 1 Timothy 4:12 to address the issues of faith, love, purity, and speech.” Pray these resources will challenge people to walk more closely with the Lord. Protus is planning to travel to Nairobi in June for more training while Project Nomad Coordinator Mark Allen is there.