Héber Negrão is the anthropology and ethnoarts coordinator at the Evangelical Missionary Linguistic Association (Wycliffe in Brazil). He has been involved in ethnoarts ministry in Brazil ever since he joined GEN in 2006. He and his wife worked with Oral Bible Translation for the Tembé people in northern Brazil. Currently he and his family are living in Dallas, as Héber is pursuing his PhD in World Arts at Dallas International University. His passion is to see every people praising God using their own arts in a culturally appropriate way. Héber also serves as the Online Language Coordinator on the Lausanne Movement and as a Board member of Wycliffe Global Alliance. He and Sophia have two kids, Thalita and Felipe.