Our VisionReaching the lost through the local church

We strive to reach the lost and mature believers through the planting of churches in Northeast Brazil

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We truly believe that the best way for spiritual growth is to get connected to your local group of believers. Which is called the church. We want to help establish 200 churches in our lifetime.Tele Moraes

The ChurchesOur locations at a glance.

over the years

reached for Christ

helped started

Matthew 28:18-20How we do church planting

From the time World Renewal Brazil started it has been the main goal of the ministry to plant churches in northeast Brazil. We believe that the best most kind thing that can be done for a community is to plant a new Bible-believing church.

We follow seven steps in planting a new church:

1. Identify where there is a need for a new church.

To go into a new city or town to start a church, questions need to be asked. Does this city or town need a new church? The ministry has identified 440 town or cities in northeast Brazil with out an evangelical outreach of the gospel of Jesus Christ. You can see some of the cities that have been identified, by going to the map link and looking at the green arrows which point to future church plants.

Church planting in-depth.


Accomplish the goalEverything points to the local church.

  • Living Stones

    We are called Living Stones because children build our tomorrow. We are committed to working with local churches to LEND: Love, Educate, Nourish, and Direct our future—these precious children, often overlooked in their poverty. See it in action...

  • Glory Sports

    We use sports as an avenue to reach primarily youth who might not ever step inside a church. We have various sports classes and outreaches including basketball, volleyball, soccer, and martial arts.

  • International School

    The School opened in 2006, in part to help raise funds, but also to reach out to the community in a brand new way. We teach biblical character traits throughout all of the offered classes. Along with English classes by native speakers. And more...

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