Tag Archives: Brazil

Missionary Support

Below is a post taken from the Living Bread blog.  It has to do with my family’s support needs so I thought I would share it.  Please pray that the Lord provides and consider sharing this post with anyone you … Continue reading

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Church Planting Strategy

In order for new believers to be discipled and grow in their faith, it is necessary that someone invests in these new converts lives and directs them to a solid Bible believing, Bible preaching congregation where they can be taught, … Continue reading

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Spiritism in Brazil – Part Five

Although these posts are not all inclusive of the different facets of animism, and only a surface scratch has been made to seek to understand Spiritism in Brazil, many issues have been raised that need to be taken in full … Continue reading

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Spiritism in Brazil – Part Four

Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism are considered major religions of the world, and are classified as high religions because they ask the cosmic questions of life, have written texts (Bible, Qur’an, Rig Veda), have defined leadership roles, and they provide … Continue reading

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Spiritism in Brazil – Part Three

Brazilian spiritism, as it is found today, is divided into two types: “the popular or low spiritism and Kardecism, or high spiritism.” [1] Kardecism originated in France in the 19th century after the publication of Allan Kardec’s book The Spirits … Continue reading

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Spiritism in Brazil – Part Two

Before one can attempt to share the Gospel with people who do not share the same worldview, it is imperative that we first study their worldview in order to understand how they think, and therefore be able to communicate the … Continue reading

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