Mission Trip – June 2020

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SHORT TERM MISSION TRIPJune 4th to 14th, 2020 ▸ WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: This mission is open for anyone to participate. Professionals from any field and also students. minors, only accompanied by a guardian. ▸ LOCATION: The exact location of the mission trip has not yet been defined, but it will … Read More

And the classes begin…

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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

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

20 cents

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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

Preparation Days

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Our future missionaries are entering the last month of school at the Amazon Lifesavers School of Missions. Within the Amazon, it is not only the bible that they need to know how to handle. A couple days ago, the nurse Rosimélia and the commander Amarildo, two of our volunteers, gave … Read More

Time for the “internship”

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Students from the Amazon Lifesavers School of Missions leave for their “internship” in the interior. They’re going to the communities of Marajá, Santo Antônio and Tiririca, in Rio Negro. Showers? In the river. Doing the laundry? In the river. Electricity? Maybe for 3 hours a day. But they will survive. … Read More