Mekido, Delkino, Chebe and Charle (Pastor Marcos' sons and nephews, stepping up to lead Frontline Missions Jesus Film trips in northern Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana.
Frontline Missions has been working in northern Brazil since 2000 with a fervent desire to train and equip indigenous leaders to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the many people groups who call the area home.
What began as prayer meetings and leadership conferences in the rural interior of the country spurred the creation of a training school for the development and discipleship of countless young men and women.
Today, Frontline continues to work hand in hand with local leaders; partnering with them in their vision to see the Gospel preached in the most remote regions of Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela.
Bible Training Center
Missionary Outreach (Unreached Areas)
Oral Bible Storytelling
Pastor Marcos, wife Elizabeth & daughter, Martinilza, from the Ingarico tribe on mission trip in Brazil
Frontline has been involved in northern Brazil since 2000 and has seen God do marvelous things among the indigenous people groups there.
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Visiting Ingarico People
Frontline Missions evangelist team visits Unica area Marasuwe, Panak, Brazil passing out Bibles, leading prayer and distributing food to the Ingarico people.
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Sharing The Jesus Film
Frontline Missions Pastor Marcos and sons travel several days to Brazilian Ingarico villages, providing food, Bibles, and showing the Jesus Film. Frontline Missions through our supporters, provides The Jesus Film, which is a solar powered portable system with projector, battery, and screen for showing a film on Jesus in remote areas.
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Frontline Stories: Brazil
Ingarico water baptism, Brazil