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“. . .  encourage one another and build each other up . . .” — 1 Thessalonians 5:11 (NIV)

GNPI Praises and Prayer Requests for February 20, 2017

Two Souls Saved: Gayle Silkwood of GNPI-Chiang Mai, Thailand, writes, “Do you remember the Changed program about Akkarin Puri, the guitar maker? He was a hardened criminal and gangster who was spending years in prison for his crimes. When he gave his life to Jesus Christ, his life changed dramatically. We recorded his testimony a few months ago and uploaded it to YouTube. Recently, Akkarin contacted us. He had shared the video on his Facebook page, and two people let him know they accepted Jesus as their Savior after watching the program. Click here to watch the 11-minute video with English subtitles.”

Handbook for Evangelism: Timothy P, of GNPI-SE Asia, received this message recently, “Thank you very much for producing the Handbook for Evangelism. I am serving the Lord as a church planter among Buddhists. Your book helps me to explain the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ.” Please pray we can continue to create materials for evangelists in SE Asia.

Hope For Hindus: Manee Massey of GNPI-Damoh, India, writes, “Our new series with Sadhu Nityanand is coming along well, and we gave Sadhu two Solar Kits to use in his ministry to remote villages. One of our first Project Nomad students is working with us on the series. Thirty-three messages have been recorded. Pray God will use this project to help many Hindus to know His love and purpose for their lives.”

Solar Kit Outreach: Stephen Muturi of GNPI-Mbale, Uganda, writes, “We are keeping track of the evangelists who use our Solar Kits to share the Gospel throughout our country. The kits are being used in 14 areas. Our goal is to help them to reach more people in eastern and northern Uganda by end of 2017.”

Interactive Radio Ministry: Gustavo Velázquez of GNPI-Piedras Negras, Mexico, writes, “Praise the Lord! We have increased our interactive radio ministry programs and engage with nearly 2,000 people per month.”

 

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