Decio De Carvalho

Decio de Carvalho, born and bred in Brazil, to Wilson and Francisca, who were ministers with the Methodist church, joined OM in 1979. He first served on the OM Ship Doulos for four years and then as director of Operation Mobilization in Brazil for the next ten years. The focus was to challenge the church and the believers towards an active participation in global missionary work and to train and send workers to unreached regions of the world. The following stage was a period of service overseas. With his wife Elba and three children, he worked in Central Asia for seven years. In 2001 they moved to Puerto Rico, Elba's native land, for an extended sabbatical. Decio served as Director of RECOMI, the Puerto Rico Missions Network, which brings together churches, denominational missions' departments, missions training centers, and other organisations. In November of 2009 he was appointed Executive Director of COMIBAM, the Cooperación Misionera Iberomaricana (Iberoamerican Mission Alliance). He is a member of the La Cumbre Christian and Missionary Alliance Church in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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Cross-Cultural Leadership Lessons: A South American Perspective
Decio De Carvalho Leadership 00:00:00 287 21 May 2017