Mike Schrage, Executive Director
This year we celebrate 40 years of ministry at GNPI. The methods have changed from filmstrips, various video formats, and satellite uplink to digital media and Internet delivery systems. Ziden Nutt said many times, “The methods change, but the Message remains the same.”
The goal has always been to accelerate global evangelism through media and technology.
Effective evangelism creates disciples who help others transform into the likeness of Christ. One of God’s transforming agents is Wilson Kandie, a member of our very first Nomad team in Eldoret, Kenya. He and Protus Sibukhule worked with American missionaries and GNPI to create indigenous media productions which have been shown on Solar Kits in remote areas of Kenya where electricity is scarce.
I recently listened to Wilson as she passionately shared the need for additional relevant media productions. The new area where he is working is full of bickering, and even killing, over land and cattle.
The Tugen, Marakwet, and Pokot people still need to be transformed. Their desperate need can only met by an understanding the love of God and the lordship of Jesus.
At GNPI we are proud to partner with people like Wilson Kandie as we all strive to grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ and to see others transformed by His love.