A Low Flying Plane and a Forgotten Missionary

2022-10-12T13:55:50+02:00October 6th, 2022|Categories: Amazon, Church Planting, Pastoral Training, Stories from the field|

The breath-taking Amazon rainforest covers a third of the continent of South America. It is home to an estimated 400 indigenous tribes, each with their own culture, language and territory. “It’s a wild place,” warns Francois Rauch, Global Director for Church Planting, who was part of the Harvesters team that visited earlier this year. So,

Newsletter – August 2022

2022-08-01T19:05:31+02:00August 2nd, 2022|Categories: Amazon, Evangelism, Middle East North Africa, Mozambique, Newsletter, Pastoral Training, Peru|

We are delighted to bring you your August 2022 newsletter. Inside you will find updates from our work in the Amazon and Peru. Plus, read powerful stories of transformation from Harvesters’ pastors who come from Muslim backgrounds but now preach the Good News of Christ. We trust you will enjoy reading how your support is

Crossing Rivers for the Gospel

2022-06-01T13:42:42+02:00April 25th, 2022|Categories: Amazon, Angola, Evangelism, Madagascar, Stories from the field|

How far have you journeyed to spread the Good News? Pastors in Angola, Madagascar and Brazil all have one thing in common: they’ve crossed deep, dirty and dangerous rivers to share the Gospel.   Wading Through Waist-High Waters in Angola Pastor Peter Kambulo from Zambia would bag up his belongings and hoist them over his

You Are Training Pastors in the Amazon

2021-11-29T11:37:27+02:00October 26th, 2021|Categories: Amazon, Pastoral Training, Stories from the field|

“Amazonas has been the state most affected by the pandemic here in Brazil,” explains Tiago de Oliveira Santos, Harvesters’ Operations manager in Brazil. Many people in the riverside villages have been gripped with fear over the virus and are becoming even more isolated. Harvesters did not want to see the Amazonian leaders lose heart or

Faithful Pastors are Reaching Indigenous People in the Amazon

2022-03-02T20:55:56+02:00February 25th, 2021|Categories: Amazon, Church Planting, Discipleship, Evangelism, Stories from the field|

  The work of Harvesters Ministries in Brazil includes a network of churches that have been planted in and around Tefé. This town, situated in Northwest Brazil, lies in the middle of the Tefé River, in the heart of the Amazon. There are no roads leading in. From the capital city of Amazonas state, Manaus,

Your Gifts are Opening the way in the Amazon

2021-09-07T16:29:06+02:00October 26th, 2020|Categories: Amazon, Church Planting, Evangelism, Stories from the field|

The wild and untamed Amazon jungle is home to pink dolphins, green anacondas and black caiman alligators. The tribes are as unruly and untamed as their vast, luscious and overgrown environment. The Amazon river is 6,575 km (4,086 mi) long and runs through numerous countries and communities in South America. The Amazon Tribes need Jesus

Harvesters can Reach the Lost in the Amazon

2021-09-07T16:23:53+02:00May 18th, 2020|Categories: Amazon, Evangelism, Prayer, Stories from the field|

Missions and mission organisations desperately need the prayers of believers like you to reach the lost with the Gospel. Through your continued intercession you are making it possible for missionaries to reach out to people across the globe, share the Gospel with the lost and ensure that the Word of God reaches the ends of

Harvesters is 20 in 2020!

2021-09-07T16:26:57+02:00January 1st, 2020|Categories: Amazon, Church Planting, Discipleship, Evangelism, Pastoral Training, Stories from the field|

We are celebrating 20 years of church planting in 2020. We were able to plant our very first churches in 2000 in Zambia and in Malawi. Since then the ministry has expanded into more than 60 countries. God is good! Thank you for travelling around the world with us during these past 20 years. It

The Harvest is Ready in the Amazon

2021-09-07T16:27:01+02:00March 13th, 2019|Categories: Amazon, Church Planting, Discipleship, Pastoral Training, Stories from the field|

After 27 hours of traveling I arrived in Manaus meeting up with Harvesters staff. The hot humid air couldn’t stop the excitement as we headed out early morning on a private flight to Santa Antonio de Iça – an important indigenous community which will launch all church planting in the Amazon. The trip itself in […]

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