Equipping Adventist women for mission in Brazil

More than 16,000 women make up 55% of the members in Espírito Santo.

South American Division (SAD)

[Brazil] The women of the north-central of Espírito Santo state received online training in order to strengthen their calling for mission. For that, the Adventist office in the territory (Espírito Santense Conference) promoted the training by the official Adventist Capixabas social network (AES).

Projects like 10 Days of Prayer, Holy Week, Evangelism Week, Faithful Woman, and Breaking the Silence are among the many movements that will guide the department throughout 2021. Currently, 55% of the members in the north-central regions of Espírito Santo are women. In full numbers, this represents more than 16,000 people.

“We want these women to be cared for. First of all, we leaders will take care of these women. So that the entire army, feeling cared for, fed and motivated, gets up to work for Jesus,” highlights the leader of the Women’s Ministries for the Espírito Santense conference, Jeanete Souza.

We have a might army of women, well trained and equipped, and they can take their places in this time of crises and make a difference. We want to plant a seed in their hearts so they can have strength and wisdom to share the love of Jesus with other women.

Contributed by South American Division Women's Ministries

Published in Mosaic newsletter, 2021 Q2, spring issue