What We Do
We Go To The Least Reached
Missionaries have been in Brazil for over 100 years, and there are thousands of churches that preach the Gospel throughout Brazil, yet Brazil is a country with a landmass larger than that of the continental U.S. Within this vast territory are still 1,100 districts with less than a 1% Christian population. Although most of those districts are in the northern and northeastern regions of Brazil, there are large and growing urban populations with very few Bible believing churches. People from across Brazil and the world are moving to Brazil’s metropolitan centers. The city of São Paulo is a megacity that boasts a population of 28 million people in its greater metropolitan region. If you could start a church every single day just to keep with the growth rate, you would never touch the already existing population. Our focus is among the least reached urbanites of Brazil.
We Make Disciples
Jesus commands us to go and make disciples of all nations. Our goal is make disciples for Jesus Christ among the least reached people of Brazil. We make disciples by evangelizing, teaching, and equipping people in the Scriptures through the Holy Spirit towards Christlikeness.
We Start Churches
We don’t start churches to make disciples. Rather, we make disciples who then form the church. Our goal is to make disciples, organize them into a church body, and help guide the development of the church into reproductive maturity.
We Mobilize Churches
Our goal is to create engaging opportunities for the thousands of churches in Brazil to be involved in world missions. In 2013, we launched Projeto Asia as a vehicle through which Brazilian churches can partner with national church-planters in Asian countries within the 10-40 window. Our goal is to mobilize 10,000 church-plants through Projeto Asia by 2020.