Listen to the Eduardo’s testimony, a young Brazilian whose life was radically transformed after meeting a Pais team from Brazil. It is a clear example of the motto of Pais: “Missionaries making missionaries”.
Category Archives: Brasil
Recently we celebrated the fifth anniversary of Pais in Brazil. During the past five years, Pais has served 4 cities reaching thousands of teenagers on a weekly basis. Pais is now becoming a household name with various reports of our work being regularly shown on national television. Our future plans include new teams in San […]
We thought about having someone who would feel at home in our house, who would feel like family and not feel like a stranger or foreigner.
Hear from a pastor whose church is hosting Pais in Brazil. He talks about how the heartbeat of a Christian can bring hope to places where there seems to be no hope.
Hear how the Pais team in Brazil has been impacting the school there, simply by showing the kids that God them.
We have English class with the Pais team and we talk with them like friends who you can trust. You can talk about God, learn how to believe, talk about things you are going through, your problems and your victories.
A Young Heart for Mission Growing up in a Christian family in Northern Ireland I can remember committing my life to Jesus at a very young age sitting beside my bed as my father lead me in the believer’s prayer and since then I have tried to follow Him. There have been a number of […]
From Germany to England I am originally from Germany but my journey with Pais began when I joined Pais: GB in 2010. I d getting to know so many new people: the students in schools, the children and teenagers at church, the church family, the hosts and all the other great Pais Apprentices. I […]
Pais Brasil was launched in January 2012 and we will be bringing many great stories of what God is doing in this nation. Watch this video blog from Pais Founding Director Paul Gibbs. It shows how preparation was made when he visited Natal in July 2011.
There is a spur ing ever deeper into the church´s side. In the past century or so “para-church” is rapidly becoming the new “church”. Organizations (“which do it better”) have mushroomed in every facet of church life: financial resources, human resources, outreach, social aide…. All come with the intentions of helping the church realize its […]