In the final part of this 3-part series, Davi Almeida and I discuss why his music school isn’t a Christian school. We talk about the importance of being aware of the surrounding community, and how the music school has opened doors for them. 

In Parts 1 (Ep 229) and 2 (Ep 230), we discussed how God can use crisis and how walking by faith is walking with Christ. In addition to those encouragements, Davi shared how and why he believes God is going to use Brazil to preach to the nations. If you missed either of the first two portions, I invite you to go back and listen to them. 

“God wants to use us in all the environments, not just at church… Everything that we do in life is based on faith. Not just the church stuff. I believe Christians, they need to start thinking… about serving in the community, the neighborhood.”

— Davi Almeida

After over 12 years of being friends with Davi Almeida, I was finally able to go to where he lives, Cabo Frio in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. That’s where we were when we recorded this Believers in Business installment. Davi is a praise and worship leader at Comunidade Crista Da Zona Sul and the co-founder and administrator of

What You’ll Learn

  • Why Minueto is not specifically a Christian school 
    • A mission from God to be a testimony
    • Sharing their lives
    • Creating opportunities to influence others for God
  • Diligence and hard work for God
    • Biblical definition of prospering
    • God has prepared works for us to do
    • God wants to reveal more ways we can be used for the Kingdom
  • Winning over suspicion
    • Unique opportunity to show Christ to others

About Davi Almeida

Davi Almeida is a praise and worship leader at Comunidade Crista Da Zona Sul and the co-founder and administrator of He sings and plays both the drums and the guitar and uses his love of music and God-given talent to teach others music. Through Minueto, Davi hopes to continue to spread the culturally rich joy of Brazilian music, and to influence people for the Kingdom of God.

About The Leadership Moment

Scott McClelland of Foundational Missions shares bite-sized insights into leadership, with a focus on the Bible, missions, and ministry. He pulls from a wide variety of sources and always has something to inspire and challenge us to greatness.

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