From the isolated fishing villages of the Amazon rainforest, to booming metropolises like Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is a diverse country with diverse needs.
While most of the country is engaged in a form of passive Catholicism, the Evangelical movement is growing! And with over 213 million people calling Brazil home, there is no shortage of those who are crying out to hear the Good News of Jesus Christ.
When you come on a GO Trip to Brazil, a world of adventure awaits! You could find yourself on a boat traveling down the Amazon, ministering the gospel to some of the most remote villages in the world. You may also accompany a team of medical professionals to the islands of Camamu Bay, and provide for people’s spiritual needs as their physical needs are being met. And if you’re looking to stay closer to cities, there’s a trip for that too! No matter where this adventure takes you, your faith is sure to grow as you see the gospel change lives in Brazil.
The weather in Brazil is extremely diverse. Many of the most populated cities drop below freezing in the winter, while tropical climates keep other parts of the country warm year-round.
Feijoada (Black bean stew with meat). In Brazil, be prepared to eat a lot of delicious fire-cooked meat.
Catholic (65%), Protestant (22%), no specific religion (8%), and Spiritist (2%).
In Brazil you will be encountering people from a diverse economic background.
Portuguese (English is widely spoken in most major cities)