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1,154 people chose to follow Jesus last year as a direct result of GNPI projects around the world. We are asking you to GIVE financially and PRAY strategically for our efforts in 2019. Are you up for the challenge?


By accepting The 1154 Challenge, supporters like you can band together to sustain the initiatives that helped 1154 people choose to follow Jesus last year.

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  • In just over a decade, the Bible App is now installed on more than 360 million unique devices, downloaded in every country on Earth. Our strategic partnership with GNPI fills a void by creating discipleship plans in non-English languages using The Global Gospel. This is only the beginning of what God is going to do to share his word through YouVersion and GNPI.

  • It is my pleasure to wholeheartedly endorse the work and vision of Good News Productions International. In this unique time in history, when the international body of Christ is growing at a rapid rate, GNPI occupies a key strategic position that facilitates evangelism and discipleship world-wide. I am grateful to be connected to such a wonderful ministry as this.

  • Through dignity-giving strategies, GNPI partners with local workers to produce media that helps seekers become followers of Jesus Christ. Our team at Southeast Christian Church loves linking arms with GNPI to share the good news with every tribe, tongue, and nation.

Jessica Penick

YouVersion Content Partnerships Project Manager

Dr. Chris DeWelt

Director of Intercultural Studies Ozark Christian College

Kyle Idleman

Author and pastor at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY