Reading List for March, 2022
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Reading List for March, 2022

Due to our transition from the US to Brazil and everything that involves, March is the first month I have been able to post book reviews. Beyond Order, Twelve More Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson One could see “Beyond Order, Twelve More Rules for Life” as simply a continuation of Jordan Peterson’s first book,…

Ministry Update: New Co-Pastor at Ebenezer
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Ministry Update: New Co-Pastor at Ebenezer

Since 2015 Alex, Liang, and their family have been an integral part of the Ebenezer congregation. We have watched them grow, serve, handle extreme difficulties, and minister to others. Alex is a gifted teacher of the word, and has constantly been deepening his theological education over the years through correspondence seminary courses. For the above…

Best of Brazil: Don’t Bring a Knife to a…Checkout Line
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Best of Brazil: Don’t Bring a Knife to a…Checkout Line

Seriously…just don’t. Oops! pic.twitter.com/A6W7JxPcUs — Roger Rocha Moreira (@roxmo) March 22, 2022   Yet another blow to the “gun ownership doesn’t prevent crime” argument. Also, kudos to the trainee, who never even paused from bagging the groceries. Definitely management material. ___________________________________________ Did you enjoy this post? Consider making a donation to our ministry in Brazil….

Camp Update: Two Huge Answers to Prayer
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Camp Update: Two Huge Answers to Prayer

If you were present at one of the churches where we gave our ministry report in 2021, you remember that we had two prayer requests that we shared having to do with our camp: provision of funds to build much-needed dormitories, and provision of a pickup truck that would allow us to haul materials and…

Ministry Report: 2022 Carnaval Retreats
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Ministry Report: 2022 Carnaval Retreats

Brazil’s annual Carnaval celebration was once again rather muted this year, due to Covid (silver linings, etc). However, our churches continued their tradition of using the days off to get together for spiritual refreshment and fellowship. Itacyara and I were able to participate in two of them. Since Ebenezer had nothing planned for Monday, we…