The Ammi Training Center, established in 1995, has the vision to see a dynamic church in every tribe in Brazil. Strong leaders, steeped in the bible and in character that reflects Christ, are critical to the multiplication of the church. Ammi emphasizes the renewal of minds through the intake of God’s word. Through knowledge of redemptive history, but also the power of high, Godly character, tribal communities will experience sustained transformation . An Ammi Scholarship directly enables the Center to continue to equip future indigenous religious leaders.
Students come to the Ammi campus where they live, study and serve for eight months of the year. Just as it is for most educational institutions today, tuition payments alone are not sufficient to sustain the ministry. We rely heavily on outside donations to be able to serve the indigenous peoples of Brazil at Ammi.
Scholarships of $600 per student help to cover the costs of hosting a student at Ammi, providing daily class-room training, afternoon work projects on campus, three meals a day, room and board, and annual student-led missions trips to tribal areas.