Three stadiums were needed to hold the people coming together to worship Jesus and then go out into the world to spread the Gospel this past weekend.

Organizers of The Send Brazil say that 140,000 people packed into three stadiums throughout the country on Saturday. Speakers and worship groups from around the world took part in the 12-hour event, and over 2 million people watched the live streams.

Co-organizers Andy Byrd and Teo Hayashi told Fox News that "thousands made decisions for Jesus, committed to fasting, Bible reading plans, and missions to the nations, colleges and high schools."

Hayashi says, "God activated a huge evangelical youth church to the great commission and God empowered a generation to do the works of Christ beyond the four walls of the Church."

Speakers included Francis Chan, Randy Clark, Michael Koulianos, and many Brazilian Christian leaders. Jeremy Riddle, Dante Bowe, and others also led worship throughout the day.

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I’m excited to be speaking tonight! This crowd is hungry and pressing in. Pray for the fire to fall!!

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People in attendance shared testimonies of their experiences on social media. 

"I'm impacted with God's move and believing that this is just the beginning of an awakening in our nation," Felipe Alves writes. He says being in attendance with tens of thousands of Christians who put differing theologies aside and instead focussed on the spreading of the Gospel was encouraging.

Lucas Davi Laviano Villela says, "It was amazing there are no words to describe the revival I saw. Our generation raised all together in one purpose one cry one Church."

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THERE IS NO WAY BACK! Here we go! 🚀 We were full of the Holy Spirit, healed, equipped and we’re finally been SENT! We won’t stop until every nation and every soul meets our Savior. #thesend #thesendbrasil

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