And the classes begin…

Flávia GuimarãesMissions Blog, NewsLeave a Comment

The sixth class of the Lifesavers School of Missions have started. They are 11 students who came from different parts of Brazil. São Paulo, Maranhão, Alagoas, Goiás… We ask you to pray for these new missionaries. They have a great challenge ahead of them. Each one of them received a … Read More

All is vanity

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On December 6, 2015, we finished our work in the interior of the Amazon. It feels like it was yesterday when we arrived in the Saracá community, located on the banks of the Rio Negro in the interior of the Amazon. We had the opportunity to serve for 7 months … Read More

New Life

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I am transitioning from one area to another in the Amazon Lifesavers Project, leaving the administrative area for the educational area of the future school that is being built in New Jerusalem, a riverside community that is located 30 hours from Manaus. Change always leaves us fearful, but I’m readjusting … Read More

It’s time to wake up from our sleep

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“And do this, understanding the present time: The hour has already come for you to wake up from your slumber, because our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed.” Romans 13:11 One of the most dramatic stories in the Bible is the deliverance of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. … Read More

Not today

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Our canoe was scheduled to leave at 1 am in the morning. We were on our way to Barreirinha for our monthly shopping trip and to take care of some outstanding bank and internet issues. The boat was roofed and relatively spacious. Due to the river being so low at … Read More

Alone but not abandoned

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Congregational reality is ambiguous. We experienced the best of human warmth. But why is the church dying here? It would not be long before we found out. The church is a small hall facing the river Andirá, with deep black water. It is the first building to be seen by … Read More