Brazil is typically touted as one of the most evangelized countries in all of the Americas. And statistically it is, right up there with the United States. But rather than walking away from this open door, our commitment is to help the Brazilian church burst through it.
As the president of the Free Church of Brazil recently remarked, “We have an open door, but so does the enemy at this time. The next 10 to 15 years will define the spiritual future of this great country.”
Brazil is a youthful culture, a fun culture, an open culture, a hungry culture. The church in Brazil is asking for help, asking for missionaries, asking for long-term and relationally-committed servants.
In Southern Brazil there is a new and vibrant commitment to disciple-making and church planting. The Brazilian church is enthusiastic and on board. They have the evangelists and church planters; they are asking for trainers and equippers who are willing to come alongside (not merely preach from afar) and serve as mentors and coaches in these vital areas. They’re committed to seeing a movement happen, and they’re asking for help to see that happen.
To join with us, write to Steve Spellman in Florianopolis today!