Tributes are flowing in for a Brazilian evangelist and his wife who died trying to save their young teen son from drowning at the beach. The couple served the lord for over 17 years and "were loved by the entire church."
Brazilian missionaries, Jose Dílson Alves da Silva and Zeneide Novaes, who have been imprisoned in Thiés, Senegal, were granted bail in Dakar on Friday. The missionaries were arrested in November last year accused of child trafficking and conspiracy.
Pope Francis Could Foster Ecumenism, Help Decentralize Catholic Church, Latino Christian Leaders Claim
Pope Francis' installment as pontiff could lead to a major and significant impact not only in the Catholic Church, but also across all religions as well as the political area, a number of Catholic and Evangelical leaders in Latin America have said.
With Pope Benedict XVI announcing his impending resignation at the end of this month, rumors continue to swirl about who will succeed the Pope when he steps down. Many are now pointing to a Brazilian Archbishop as one of the favorites to be the next pontiff.
A recent report by Forbes magazine listing the richest pastors in Brazil has sparked criticism of evangelical leaders in the country.
An advertisement depicting Rio's Christ the Redeemer Statue in bed with the Statue of Liberty has sparked outrage in the Christian community. The advert purportedly for Ukraine International Airlines has gone viral and has received much criticism since it was first launched.
Evangelist Benny Hinn will be hoping to help bring revival to Brazil during the country's carnival period, taking place from Feb. 9 through 12.
Following the recent U.S. Presidential elections, where Hispanics played an important role in the outcome, the Barna Group have announced the launch of its new Hispanic research division.
Lady Gaga has been gushing about how much she loves Brazil ever since she arrived in the country for her "Born This Way Ball" tour. The "Telephone" singer was moved to tears during her first performance in Rio de Janeiro last Friday.
Rev. Samuel Rodriguez and Robert Gittelson have called on Latino voters to choose the better equipped candidate to work on immigration reform in the upcoming presidential election next week.