Centro de Treinamento e Apoio Missionário (CTAM) read blog

Centro de Treinamento e Apoio Missionário or CTAM (Missionary Training and Support Center) was established in 2015 in the city of Nova Granada, Brazil. Its aim is to mobilize the body of Christ for the following tasks related to the Great Commission – the training and support of Christians who are willing to serve in missions.

Tiago & Barbara are passionate about the Great Commission. Tiago describes himself as a missionary kid, having lived in a number of countries while his parents were missionaries. He speaks Portuguese, Spanish and English and received a bachelor of theology degree from Horizontes America Latina. Tiago currently serves as the executive vice-president of CTAM.

Barbara, on the other hand, is a pharmacist by trade. She graduated with a degree in pharmacy and hematology from Paulista University. As she serves alongside Tiago, she also ministers to children. There is a creative side to Barbara who fashions handicrafts that she sells to raise funds for their personal ministry. Like Tiago, Barbara speaks Portuguese, Spanish and English.

CTAM Collage

Tiago and Barbara desire to be used of God in the raising up of the next generation of Brazilians who will go as missionaries to every corner of the world, reaching the unreached.

GLINTS welcomes CTAM and the Medeiroses to its growing family of partner ministries and global staff members.

(For more information about the Medeiroses’ ministry, contact Tiago via email.)

You can participate in supporting the Medeiros’ ministry through CTAM by your prayers and financial sponsorship. You may send your donations by the following means:

Pay to the order of GLINTS, write CTAM/Medeiros on the memo line and mail to:

PO Box 962
Wheaton IL 60187

Electronic funds transfer is the best way to deliver your monthly support. Click here for instructions.

You can donate via credit card by clicking the DONATE or PayPal button below.

Address: PO BOX 962, Wheaton, IL 60187-0962
Phone: (630) 923-3761
Email: info@glints.org