Encouraging Words from Portuguese-Speaking Believers
Our Portuguese outreach team in Brazil develops new radio, TV and print ministry programs and materials that introduce people to their Savior and strengthen their faith. God encourages our ministry as many of our program followers respond to the messages we produce. More than 13,000 readers request our Cada Dia devotional booklets each month. In addition, our five ministry Facebook pages attract thousands of followers and this number increases daily.
Luz Para o Caminho (Light for the Way), our Portuguese ministry, provides light in an area affected by political corruption and violence. Since beginning the outreach in 1969, God has continued blessing us with resources to bring the Gospel to Portuguese-speaking people from state-of-the-art production facilities in Campinas, Brazil. Our team works in partnership with the Presbyterian Church in Brazil, local Christian universities, and several mission agencies. These partnerships help us more effectively share the Gospel with people in Brazil.
Walking through Eduardo’s office area, you would see co-workers, desks, paperwork. But you would also see spiritual messages posted on the wall, devotional booklets on desks, and groups gathered in prayer.
After reading a book by Rev. Hernandes Lopes, Back to God Ministries Portuguese ministry leader, Eduardo worked hard to introduce these
Disquepaz (Dial Peace)
Disquepaz is a short devotional program delivered by telephone. Churches throughout Brazil partner with LPC/BTGMI to host the special machine which can be accessed by those who phone in to hear the daily message. People are invited to call a local number, given at the end of the message, to request prayer or spiritual counseling.
Luz Para o Caminho (Light for the Way)lpc.org.br
Web visitors can log on to the home page to learn more about the Luz Para o Caminho (Light for the Way) media ministry, access daily devotionals, listen to programs, find a local church, order discipleship material, and email staff members with questions or prayer requests.
Ö Príncipe da Paz (The Prince of Peace)
Relive the Christmas story in this exciting 3D animation as angels visit Mary, Joseph, and the shepherds while Herod plots to erase any competition. The Prince of Peace video is available on DVD and broadcast on local stations in Brazil during the Christmas season.
Turma da Arca (The Ark Clubhouse)turmadaarca.com.br
Through the adventures of delightful Turma da Arca puppet characters, children learn biblical truths and life values. Web visitors can meet the characters, play games and receive information about all 52 episodes available on DVD. Companion teaching lessons are available for each episode.
Plataforma (Platform)plataforma.art.br www.lpc.org.br
Audio programs can also be accessed on the website www.lpc.org.br
Gente que Crê (People Who Believe)
A pastor answers questions people ask about faith and life in this 2-minute video program called Gente que Crê (People Who Believe).
Verdade e Vida (Truth and Life)hernandesdiaslopes.com.br
Rev. Hernandes Dias Lopes, Portuguese ministry director, hosts Truth and Life, a 30-minute TV program with interviews, music and a biblical message. The program is produced in cooperation with the Presbyterian Church of Brazil and is also available on Rev. Lopes’ website, hernandesdiaslopes.com.br.
Cada Dia (Today)
A 5-minute and 30-minute video program entitled Cada Dia is broadcast on several television networks in Brazil. The thematic program features interviews, testimonies, and reports from a biblical perspective.
Cada Dia (Today)cadadia.com.br cliquepaz.com.br
www.cadadia.com.br, and an audio version at www.cliquepaz.com.br.
Vida em família (Family Life)lpc.org.br
Listeners interested in issues related to Family Life will find biblical answers on this topic in the 4-minute radio spot, which can also be heard at lpc.org.br.
Momento Saúde (Health Moment)lpc.org.br
Health Moment is a 3-minute radio clip that addresses health care and disease prevention from a Christian perspective. Listeners can hear the program on radio