Your prayers for GNPI are making an impact around the world.
“Blessed are those who have learned to acclaim you, who walk in the light of your presence, Lord.” — Psalm 89:15 (NIV)
Sharing the Gospel in China: A ministry partner shares this exciting news from one of the Chinese trainees in our 2016 Project Nomad training in Hong Kong. The trainee said, “Praise God! We have used what we learned to make 12 short documentary videos and reached over 2,000 people. There have been more than 1,600 views each time we broadcast the videos on social media platforms. Praise God our labor is not in vain!”
Training 2,000 Prison Officers in Kenya: Isaac Masiga of GNPI-Nairobi, Kenya, writes, “One of our ministry partners asked for prayer and saw God work to change hearts as she ministered to approximately 2,000 officers using one of our productions, Dume Halisi, in a training college for prison staff. Dume Halisi is a film about a group of men who mistreat women and neglect their children but later change after going through counseling and training sessions.”
New Disciples in SE Asia: Timothy P. of GNPI-SE Asia says, “Thank you for your prayers. Three evangelists asked me to help them with a one-day seminar at our training center. Ten of the 12 attendees were unbelievers. These attendees told me they want to be baptized. Another man and a preacher taught some unbelievers and seven of them accepted Christ and were baptized. Praise the Lord for the way He is working in this region.”
Declaring the Authority of Scripture in Eurasia: Sergei Golovin of GNPI-Eurasia writes, “We had a chance to share about the Biblical foundations for the role of family at a retreat in the town of Obuhov. People should be set free from the communist mentality that the government is responsible for them, their families, and their children! God created humans and family long before any government came into existence. Please pray for us to make the authority of the Scripture clear!”
Growing Church Plants in Mexico: Project Nomad-Pachuca, Mexico, is strategically engaging people with short videos through social media. The team has seen a growth in attendance in the newest church plants in central Mexico.