|Area (sq km):||923,768|
|FIPS Country Code:||NI|
|ISO Country Code:||NG|
|GRN Office:||Gospel Recordings Nigeria|
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God's ways are amazing! - GRN materials in Fulfulde language: God's ways are amazing! Though we couldn't speak Fulfulde, the local dialect, nor Hausa, the regional dialect, we fortunately did have the GRN recordings in Fulfulde. We couldn't have imagined the chain of events God orchestrated for the sake of the gospel through these messages.
The Perils of Recording in Nigeria: Being accused of being a terrorist, encountering dangerous wildlife, enduring inconvenient mechanical failure - Nigeria presents a challenge to our recording team.
Good News from Nigeria: We are thankful to God that he used us to give a better picture of Christianity than what the people had known before! Read how GRN is making the most of opportunities in Nigeria.
GRN Recordings Transformed our Ministry: My family served as missionaries in Nigeria for 17 years. It was an incredible time of seeing God move in amazing ways. He worked through the recordings of GRN more times than I can remember. Our ministry was transformed by the recordings.
Nigeria: What does not appear in the press is the news that God is at work in Nigeria.
Location Location Location: Finding where a least-reached people group lives is a vital step in delivering the gospel to them.
Evangelism in Nigeria: Such was the impact of the Gospel communicated through ordinary plastic material called cassette tape, that almost everybody in the team became a "counsellor".
Electricity?... What electricity?: How do you run a recording studio when your electricity is available for only an hour at a time?
Gospel Recordings Nigeria: General information, articles, news and contact details about GRN Nigeria.
Forwards Forever! The Gospel Changes Lives in Nigeria: Many African tribes have "blind singers" who sing each night in their villages about their tribe's history, customs and traditions.