About Us

Reinhard & Debi Hirtler

Reinhard Hirtler was born in Austria and grew up as one of 10 children in the home of a pastor in a charismatic denomination. He went to a Bible School in the south of England.
Debi Hirtler grew up in Los Angeles, California in very poor circumstances. She joined the United States Air Force which eventually led her to England where she also went to the same Bible School as Reinhard.
They got married and started working on church planting in Austria. Eighteen years and 7 church plants later they heard God tell them to move with their two sons to North Carolina, in the United States. They were a part of Morningstar Ministries for about 8 years where Reinhard was ordained as a minister and Debi was church secretary for nearly two of those years.

In 2013 they heard the Lord tell them to move to Brazil to be a part of what the Lord was doing in that country with a particular network of churches called Videira, which means the Vine. They moved near the center of Brazil in March 2014. Reinhard travels to as many of the nearly 900 churches ministering every week. Debi travels with him some, but is also working on becoming fluent in the Portuguese language. Reinhard is doing very well with the language but still wants to learn more in order to be able to preach, pray and prophesy in Portuguese, which is slightly more difficult than just speaking.

Accountability

We are working with pastors from a Videira church who are living in São Luís. They are accountable to us for every penny they spend for the Brazilian Kids Kare program. They provide us with receipts of all money spent in detail. They have opened a special and separate bank account and founded a non profit organization for the sole purpose of the work we are doing together.

We and they together are accountable to the Videira presbytery for all finances in our care. There are very strict guidelines in Videira about finances and everyone is very careful to keep those guidelines. If, for any reason, someone would not or does not keep them, they are called before the main presbytery and held accountable and must make retribution for anything they may have done wrong, whether intentionally or unintentionally.

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