(Evangelical Focus) — Around 3 million evangelicals, according to the organizers, filled the streets of the Brazilian city of of São Paulo, in the 27th edition of the March for Jesus, held on June 20.
The march began at one of the main metro stations of the city, after the opening prayer of Estevam Hernandes, President of the March for Jesus in Brazil.
“We cry out for Brazil, for the families, for the end of corruption, for the afflicted hearts; our country belongs to Jesus Christ. To Him all honor, glory, power and majesty. As it says in Psalms 33: Happy is the nation whose God is the Lord,” he said. …
“Every year, we have a theme. These themes are a reference of what Christ represents for us. He rescued us from the empire of darkness and carried us into His mighty light. It is for Him that we march,” the organizers pointed out.