Global Recordings Network

Tucson, AZ

Founded: 1939

Tel: (520) 395-1399

Website: http://www.grnusa.net

Top LeaderMr. Larry DeVilbiss

Donor Contact: Mrs. Joan Rulison

Member Since: June 13, 2000


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $1,060,584
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $1,741
   Total Revenue $1,062,325
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $1,092,451
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-30,126
Other $4,346
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-25,780
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Total Assets $2,080,935
Total Liabilities $768,518
Net Assets $1,312,417
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Global Recordings Network (GRN) is committed to providing audio and audio-visual materials, which proclaim the gospel message in foreign and tribal languages. Audio media, such as mp3 files, CD's, internet downloads, and mobile phone technology is used to accomplish our goal of reaching people in their own heart language.

Groups and individuals alike can sponsor the recording and initial distribution of an unrecorded language in one of the regions of the world in which GRN operates. For a very reasonable amount, several hours of Bible story and gospel message recordings can be produced and handed out to some of the neediest unreached people groups of our planet. You can sponsor individual minutes or take on an entire project for an investment of $9,000.
Americas Project is a GRN outreach that God is raising up to deliver the good news to the small tribes of South America from the Amazon to the Andes. While Christianity is thriving over much of the continent, there are still many tribes who have been bypassed. The Americas Project is focused on providing the gospel for every tribe in whatever language they speak. We know that the Good Shepherd longs for fellowship with every tribe. All need to hear who Jesus is. None is to be excluded.
The Vision of GRN is that people might hear and understand God's word in their heart language - especially those who are oral communicators and those who do not have Scriptures in a form they can access. We do this by producing culturally appropriate audio and audio-visual materials. Our centers in Africa long for each language group to have audio recordings of Bible stories and evangelistic messages in their own languages.
  • Evangelism (primary)
  • Missions: International
  • Missions: Domestic
  • Missions: Short-Term
  • Media: Internet
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