Jesus Story

There are so many children who have never had the chance to hear the Good News. Jesus Story was created with them in mind so that even the smallest of ears have the chance to hear.

In this program, engaging hosts present thirteen half-hour Swahili episodes of biblical content formatted specifically for television and young viewers. 

The Jesus story series came from an idea to rework The Global Gospel (TGG) as a program that the younger generation could enjoy.

We believe everyone should have the chance to hear about Jesus! It’s exciting to see hearts and lives changed through this strategic evangelism tool, and we’re almost done with this short Swahili series.

You can be part of teaching the love of Jesus to children all over the world, often for the first time. Your gift today can help the Gospel reach right into their homes. Together we can share the Good News about Jesus with families around the world.

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Al Massira

In Arabic ‘Al Massira’ means a journey and implies the idea of setting out in the company of others. Al Massira explores the messages and signs of the Old Testament prophets, their fulfillment in the person of the Messiah, and reveals the consistent revelation of Father, Son, and Spirit throughout all of scripture. 

The course, a chronological presentation of the biblical message, comprises a series of thirteen (40 minutes) documentary films, Discussion Guides, Participant’s Notes, Leader’s Manual, and other supporting documents. Usually, the course is accessed through a two-day interactive training event.

Typically, for those using Al Massira, a small group of friends draws together, some interested seekers and one or more believers, and together they embark on a journey of discovery. They meet regularly to watch the films, share food, and participate in a guided and open discussion of the biblical content of the course, with the opportunity for the Holy Spirit to work through prayer.

This is the primary context in which the resource is used, however other settings are also appropriate and can include: one-to-one, large group settings, and also within church contexts.

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Awarness, Video


Youversion is an online Bible platform that creates biblical relevant content. It’s the most popular Bible App and has over 400 million users globally.

GNPI-Africa is working in partnership with YouVersion as a content creator to tap into this audience to create Bible plans as well as audio and video resources both in English and Swahili. The Global Gospel and Injili Ulimwenguni.

Through YouVersion, people all over East Africa now have access to Injili Ulimwenguni (The Global Gospel) illustrated stories through their mobile devices and can hear or read those stories in their own languages. The short length of each Gospel story allows them to be shared easily on multiple devices and platforms.

These videos are teaching the youths, Integrity, honesty, being trustworthy, how to avoid filthy language, and instead honor God with their speech and behaviors.

Currently, we have a total of 177 subscriptions and 52 completions. You can find our content at https://my.bible.com/sw/search/plans?q=INJILI%20ULIMWENGUNI

Click on this link to get access to the Global Gospel

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Awarness, Video


“Chanuka” is a Swahili slang word for “brighten up!” The Youth Series is arranged around the five things Paul wrote to Timothy in 1 Timothy 4:12, that he should focus on setting an example to the believers. These are; Speech, Conduct, Love, Faith, and Purity and they serve as subject headings for about 10 episodes under each heading. Each episode also is built around 1 or 2 passages of Scripture drawn more broadly from the whole Bible.

The series began 6 years ago by, Oneal Tankersley, as an attempt to present basic Christian principles of life to teens and young adults in Haiti in a way that would get and hold their attention.

GNPI-Africa produced the first season in 2017, using the green screen to help the youth of East Africa. The whole series is envisioned to be around 50 episodes with an average length of 4 minutes. So far, we have shot a total of 14 episodes. The episodes use a presenter figure – an engaging 20 to 30-year-old typically. It also freely uses other presenters and a pool of teens and young adults for fast-moving skits to keep the viewer’s attention and carry the core message to them.

These videos are teaching the youths, Integrity, honesty, being trustworthy, how to avoid filthy language, and instead honor God with their speech and behaviors.

The ‘’Chanuka Youth series has been distributed in youth meetings and Bible classes as discussion starters, and more widely being shared openly through the internet on various social media platforms.

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Awarness, Video

2as1 TV Show

2as1 is among one of the most popular shows that’s currently being aired at UTV every Friday evening. The show is popularized by its unique approach to relationships and marriage. The show is hosted by Charles and Susan Opiyo who are biblical authorities and have been global ministers together for many years.

Relationships can get very complicated. This explains why the rate of divorces and separations in this era are very high. Many people still try to find answers to the relationship problems they’re facing. This show addresses some of those important FAQs about marriage and relationships in general and they’re answered from a biblical perspective using biblical principles.

Currently the show has a viewership of about 3 million and it’s increasing everyday. Shows that have been aired already can still be accessed on our YouTube channel. Please subscribe to our channel and newsletters for more updates on the same.


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‘Fahamika’ is a Swahili word which means ‘empowering oneself with knowledge’. Within the wider region the word will evoke first and foremost a sense of dialogue and thirst for information and insight. The project evolves fostering peace and cohesion among vulnerable communities in Kenya who live in conflict regions. The FAHAMIKA upholds the rule of law in all its operations, at all times, as well as recognize the laws and regulations of individual partners and respect their authority. Wazee wa Busara radio shows are programmes of Fahamika Trust in partnership with key stakeholders, collaborating with 15 media houses.

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