Billy Watterson gives a report of gospel work in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. The Watterson family is based in the town of Pirassununga, from where they have been preaching the gospel and seeing assemblies planted in the neighbouring towns and villages over many years. They are also involved, with others, in translating commentaries and other Christian books from English to Portuguese (Report given 28th January 2017)
Tom Matthews, a veteran missionary from Lurgan, Northern Ireland, who with his wife Dorothy has served the Lord in Brazil for a number of decades, gives a report of his call to the work there and speaks of how the assembly in Novo Hamburgo was formed through labours in the gospel. He recounts a number of interesting cases of conversion (Report given 21st August 2014)
James Armstrong from Northern Ireland recounts a most interesting story as to how he was called into full-time service for the Lord in Brazil and then reports on aspects of gospel work in the Rio Grande Do Sul area over the last 14 years (Report given 17th January 2012) (Photo above: Porto Alegre, Brazil)
Lindsay Carswell gives a missionary report on the Lord’s work in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. He gives an overview of the assemblies and missionaries in the State and then outlines details of recent series of gospel meetings and a number of souls who have been saved (Report given 15th December 2011)
John McCann gives a missionary report on the Lord’s work in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. He tells a number of interesting and encouraging stories of souls being saved, in ways that clearly exhibit the work of the Holy Spirit in bringing them to the Saviour, some after long years of prayer (Report given 22nd March 2012)
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