During the month of October, we will hold a campaign in the one of the largest Muslim majority nations in the world. For security reasons, the dates and location will be disclosed after the event.
Gospel Festival in Quixeramobim, Brazil
Joao Pessoa is a costal city in Northeast Brazil founded in 1585 by Portuguese colonizers. It is the capital of the Brazilian State of Paraiba and currently has over 800,000 people.
On Jan 2018, we will join the Lord’s laborers in Ethiopia to help them win their nation for Jesus.
Paraiba is one of the 9 States that make the Northeast region of Brazil. Our team is working with local leaders to select the best city for this event.
Nossa Senhora do Livramento is located 370 miles Southeast of Salvador, the capital of the Brazilian state of Bahia. It has more that 40,000 inhabitants and its history goes back to the 17th century when Portuguese settlers came to this region in search of Gold and fortune.
Guanambi is located 800 miles Southwest of Salvador, the capital of the Brazilian state of Bahia. It is home to more that 80,000 people and a prosperous hub of commerce and service for the entire region. Guanambi has the largest wind farm in Latin America.
Itapetinga is home to almost 80,000 people and is considered one of the most urbanized cities in the Brazilian state of Bahia. It is estimated that 97% of its population live in the city. Its economy is mostly driven by large farms for cattle that produce meat and milk.
Itaberaba is located in the beautiful Chapada Diamantina Park, well known for its cliffs, plateaus and native vegetation. The city is home to more than 60,000 people and has been inhabited for several centuries, first by native Brazilians and much later by Portuguese settlers.
The population of Maracanau exceeds 200,000 people and its history goes back several centuries as the region was inhabited by several native Brazilian tribes. Nowadays, it is part of the Metropolitan area of Fortaleza, the capital city of the Brazilian state of Ceara.