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‘Trustworthiness’ – Youth Series

How do we pass the baton of integrity and honesty to young people? Their relationships are vulnerable to real and perceived betrayals of trust. We like to shop where we know that the owner will deal with us honestly. Managers want to employ reliable workers who will show up on time each day and like personnel that they can trust to take responsibility.

How can we demonstrate by words and acts that people can trust them as well as have faith and confidence in the intentions and actions of others? Watch this episode on trustworthiness targeted at answering these questions.

The Youth Series is an attempt to present basic Christian principles of life to teens and young adults in a way that would get and hold their attention. It 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.

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. Watch them on our YouTube channel at GNPI AFRICA MEDIA.

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What choice will Jane make?

Jane is a campus student struggling with a hard decision. Keep her baby or not? It would be an easier choice to make if Eric, her boyfriend, and father of her unborn child took responsibility. But it’s an all too familiar situation, isn’t it?

Now Jane, grappling with what her parents will say and what society will think of her is faced with those two choices. Either way, whatever choice she makes will change her life forever. What will she choose?

‘Choices’ is a film by GNPI-Africa that explores the issues of pre-marital sex, and the tough decisions that have to be made with an unwanted pregnancy.

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A Youth Initiative with a Difference! NIFAM Ministry and GNPI-Africa

COVID-19 has affected millions of people around the world. Teenagers and young people alike have experienced these effects. During lockdown in Kenya, there was a 40% increase in teenage pregnancies- 152,000 Kenyan teenage girls became pregnant. There has also been a surge in drug abuse and teenage pregnancy.

NIFAM Ministry thus pursued the need for a transformation and empowerment program within the Mathare – Kiamaiko slum to transform, empower, and equip young people to be self-reliant and responsible adults.

This aim is fulfilled through various activities such as; talent nurturing through dance, spoken word, music, and drama, behavior change programs (Life skills training, guidance, and counseling), mentorship programs, career guidance, and spiritual guidance.

GNPI-Africa was able to provide a professional counselor who spoke to the teenagers and youth about their relationship with God and assist in giving a platform for the youth and teenagers to showcase their talent on a large scale. We hope to see more youth being transformed and empowered to be examples for Christ in their communities and among their peers.

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Chanuka

“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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