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AG Leaders Take Part in "The Send Brazil"

Brazil outreach rally filled three stadiums and was viewed by millions online as it encouraged believers to go out and share their faith.
Leaders representing several national Assemblies of God fellowships were a part of the massive “The Send Brazil” event that was held on Feb. 8 simultaneously in three stadiums in two of Brazil’s largest cities. More than 140,000 people filled Brasilia National Stadium and Morumbi Stadium in the capital city of Brasilia and Allianz Parque in São Paulo while more than 2.2 million watched the event’s livestream broadcasts.

Taking place from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., The Send Brazil featured 180 guest speakers, including Argentinian AG pastor Claudio Freidzon, presenting a clear and inspirational gospel message. According to a Fox News report, thousands made decisions for Jesus and committed to fasting, Bible reading plans, and missions to the nations, colleges, and high schools.

Christ for all Nations, one of the sponsoring ministry partners, reported that the average age of those attending The Send Brazil was 24. The Send events are organized as a show of “profound, Spirit-led unity and an unshakable faith that God is catalyzing an earth-changing missions movement in this generation.”

“I’ve been following The Send events since last year,” states David Ellis, Latin America Caribbean regional director for Assemblies of God World Missions. “They are awesome. I believe they can be a catalyst for revival in nations throughout Latin America Caribbean and around the world.”

Organizers explain that The Send is giving feet to belief, where people are called to not only be Christians, but to go share Christ wherever they are — “a national campaign to catalyze every believer into a lifestyle of Christ-like action.” The Send debuted in Orlando, Florida, in February 2019.

The next The Send event will be held in Argentina in April, with an event in the United States following in October at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.