Brazil has a 4,655-mile coastline and borders all but two South American countries. The country is most commonly identified with the Amazon Basin, but its southeastern section is a complex mass of ridges and mountains.
Community church partners with local missionaries in order to help reach the indigenous people in Northern Brazil. In 2011 for the first time in their history, the indigenous people were able to to listen to 11 audio books of the New Testament in their native tongue.
Global Impact Team will be able to help encourage and work side-by-side with the local missionaries to help those in need and share the love of Jesus.
- Total Population: 211 million
- Primary language: Portuguese; 175 indigenous languages
- 30 Unreached People Groups
- Religion: Catholic 65%, Protestant 23.6%, Other 11.4%