From Brazil to Romania: How One Christian Leader Wants to Stretch His Arms Around the World

Carlos Schulz FrameThis fall, I start my final year of studies for my master’s degree. I have learned many things from my time at WOL both in the classroom and in the mission field. I have enjoyed ministering to the underprivileged in northeastern Brazil and find great fulfillment in assisting my pastor in biblical exposition, counseling and education.

In July, my family and I will temporarily relocate to Romania to help establish a church there. The city we’re moving to is the largest Muslim community in the country. Please pray for Heavenly wisdom as we share the gospel with Romania.

After graduation, we will permanently move to Romania to further help the church in Constanta and to facilitate leadership training as well. I believe it’s critical to train others in the church to be more effective soul winners!

Please remember my classmates, my family and me in your prayers, that we each will faithfully serve the Lord wherever He leads.

Word of Life Seminary (WOL), is located in southeastern Brazil, 40 miles north of São Paulo. Within a radius of 200 miles from the school lives 40% of the population of the country. Opportunities for ministry in the region are plentiful.

WOL was founded as the educational arm of Word of Life Fellowship in Brazil. From a humble beginning with a student body of 11, the school has grown to become the largest independent Bible school in Brazil. The alumni serve in every state of the federation in addition to 21 different countries around the world.Currently, WOL has a total of 150 students enrolled in the Master of Theology and Master of Ministry programs. Its projected enrollment for this coming school year is 690 students. WOL is grateful to God for His faithfulness in continuing to expand its reach throughout Brazil and around the world.

Thank you for investing in this institution and for helping train Christian leaders!