Rural School at the Massauari River

Fernando BorgesAmazon Lifesavers Blog, NewsLeave a Comment

Have a look at this awesome video! Amazon Lifesavers Ministry is constructing a school in the village of New Jerusalem, which is about 30hrs from Manaus. Our friend Rolf Maier and his team from the architecture department of UNASP/EC (Adventist University of São Paulo), made this video to show what … Read More

All is vanity

Flávia GuimarãesReno & Natália BlogLeave a Comment

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

Amazon Pioneers, XXI Century

Flávia GuimarãesAmazon Lifesavers BlogLeave a Comment

They lived seven months in an indigenous tribe. Luana, Marta and Gleydiane explored the region where the Sateré Mawés live, to bring the truth to a people with a strange language and different culture. They left their lives and their comfort zone to be a light to a people who … Read More

It’s time to wake up from our sleep

Flávia GuimarãesMissions BlogLeave a Comment

“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

Fernando BorgesShool of Missions Blog, Victor & Gabi BlogLeave a Comment

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

20 cents

Fernando BorgesAmazon Lifesavers Blog, Missions BlogLeave a Comment

Hi, my name is Luana. I’m a lawyer and a missionary and served Amazon Lifesavers Ministry as a volunteer for a year and 4 months. During the training course we did outreach in Puraquequara, which is located in the vicinity of the base, and is one of the most humble … Read More

Alone but not abandoned

Flávia GuimarãesVictor & Gabi BlogLeave a Comment

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