Post Action Report Brazil 2014

Post-Action Report – Louisville, KY

“Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.” 1 Corinthians 15:58

What a wonderful way to start the season!

It is always good to look back and see something you worked so hard to accomplish not going to waste. Then again, when we read the passage above, we can be confident that nothing truly done in the Lord is in vain.


We ministered to the communities of Mamauru and Castanhanduba, and blessed to serve in the city of Óbidos as well.

We were so glad to see the leaders in Mamauru taking matters into their own hands with the WaterStep system we installed last year. They built a beautiful water tower and are now working hard to make the system better for the entire community.

Over 20 years ago, AMOR brought a church from the US to Óbidos and started a 5-year project of building a church. Today that church is still as beautiful as when it inaugurated, with passionate leaders in Pastor Cesar and Luiza, and a heart for missions to the people in the interior.

We were invited again to participate in this year’s March for Jesus. The highlight of the event was the Americans dancing and jumping around with the Brazilians while the worship concert was in full swing.

To top off the great trip, we made it to Manaus just in time for the World Cup opener, where Brazil took on Croatia and came away with a victory.

Prayer Requests

Please join us in prayer as this mission field. Here are a few prayer requests:
– Wisdom and strength for Pastor César and Luiza in their pastoral ministry
– A full-time minister in Castanhanduba
– A full-time minister in Mamauru
– A ministry boat for César
Ministry Summary

Medical Visits [Including Reading Glasses]
Total : 525
Castanhanduba – 114
Mamauru – 87
Óbidos – 114
Crew – 9
Reading Glasses Distributed* – 201
Dental Visits
Total: 119
*In addition to reading glasses, were distributed 683 sunglasses for adults and children, and safety glasses.

To the Praise of His glory.
William Walker


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