Best of Brazil: Army Ants Crossing the Amazon
Best of Brazil

Best of Brazil: Army Ants Crossing the Amazon

This is an amazing display of teamwork. Also, one more reason to think twice before swimming in the Amazon… ____________________ Did you enjoy this post? Consider making a donation to our ministry in Brazil. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This means that clicking on these Amazon links and making purchases is…

Best of Brazil: Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Spider Frog!
Best of Brazil

Best of Brazil: Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Spider Frog!

What would you do if you looked out your back door and saw this? Personally, I don’t remember seeing this particular version in “Spiderverse”. ____________________ Did you enjoy this post? Consider making a donation to our ministry in Brazil. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This means that clicking on these Amazon…

Watch This Space
Best of Brazil

Watch This Space

One thing I have always wanted to do is share with world at large the wonders of this great nation called Brazil. A couple years ago I embarked on a project – a “side hustle”, if you will – of maintaining a website called Best of Brazil Blog. It was a lot of fun, and…

Best of Brazil: German Dirigibles Over Brazil
Best of Brazil

Best of Brazil: German Dirigibles Over Brazil

No, not the title of some “alternative history” novel. Two actual pictures I received as part of a collection of pictures taken by the first BMM missionary in Brazil. The first one shows the airship over a typical northeastern Brazilian home of the time: This next one leaves no doubt as to the nationality of…

Best of Brazil: Vintage Photos of Rio de Janeiro
Best of Brazil

Best of Brazil: Vintage Photos of Rio de Janeiro

Ever since I returned from my short trip to the US I have been scanning some old pictures and posting them on my Flickr and Facebook pages. These pictures were originally taken by Edward (Guy) McLain, the first Baptist Mid-Missions missionary to serve in this part of Brazil. The are from the 1930’s and 40’s….