Where We Work
Good News Productions, International is made up of 13 teams working across the globe, with our headquarters based in Joplin, MO. More than 100 staff and volunteers are part of GNPI through our regional centers and Nomad teams. Regional centers utilize office space and paid staff, while members of our Nomad teams serve mostly as volunteers. These grassroots media teams quickly identify cultural trends and produce media and strategies with maximum impact in the places where they live.
From urban centers to rural outposts to online social media hubs, we’re sharing the good news about Jesus Christ through strategic evangelism. You can click any location on the map below to learn more about our work there, and you can directly support our work in all these locations by making a financial contribution here.
Learn more about each one of our regional centers and Nomad teams here.
4 unlisted locations due to security concerns
GNPI also has three other locations not shown on the map due to security concerns.
Within one of the largest Muslim populations in the world, GNPI is working on a strategic effort to deliver the gospel in an engaging way through the original animation of 20 Bible stories and social media follow-up.
GNPI-SE Asia shares the gospel with hundreds of people every year via seminars and Solar Kits. This team has also initiated a movement for Christ in the Buddhist community by hosting nine month-long, intensive training programs to equip nearly 150 leaders from various regions to share the gospel in Buddhist villages. This team uses mainly social media platforms to share the gospel. For their security, most resources are distributed through microchips and flash drives instead of websites.
A GNPI-trained Nomad team in Central Asia is faithfully creating media for the local church. Due to the significant risk of this activity and previous government intervention, this team functions discreetly and independently.
Project Nomad-Pachuca, Mexico
Produces training materials for the church where some of them are on staff (Jubilee Church), which in turn are given to other local pastors in central Mexico. Their videos are used during church services and the church’s community programs. Their ongoing project, Iglesias Creativas (Creative Churches), has allowed the team to produce materials to train Christians in using technology and multimedia tools that can help make a greater impact in sharing the gospel.