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Global Missions

Acts 1:8: "…you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth" ForestView Global Missions Vision : To see People Groups worldwide being transformed by the love of Christ. To see the ForestView Community passionate for the nations, living and giving generously to fulfill the Great Commission. God is doing amazing things around the world through His people who have courageously stepped out in obedience

Ecuador Con Amour – The Beginning

Nicole Roblin and Shantelle Matos, a dynamic and loveable pair of girls from FV, will soon be embarking on a mission to Ecuador. You can follow some of their adventures here on the FV Blog, or check out http://ecuadorconamor.wordpress.com/ and http://shantellematos.tumblr.com/ for full updates. Let’s pray for them as they go! This journey began in March 2012. I traveled with my youth group to Trujillo, Peru for a ten day mission’s trip. To say the

Last Time

Over the past week Nicole and I have had the first of our many “lasts.” We had our last house visits with Gladys and Carlotta, our last time watching Jonatan’s soccer time lose a game (sorry bud), last time helping at social project, last time teaching the pastors, last time going to church. and many more little lasts that have slowly made us sadder and sadder as we realize our time here is actually coming

Like a Child

So far on my trip, I have found that children i have encountered and see every day have a large amount of trust. And that trust happens right away, they don’t seem to hesitate too much when I meet a child or come up and push them on a swing or sit beside them. These children also radiate so much joy and love. Today, for example, at Social Project at Remanso, there was this one

Day to Day Life in Ecuador

These past few days have been exhausting! I can’t remember the last time I have done so much in 5 days. From the day we arrived to today, we have had orientation, gone up a cable car on the Pinchincha mountain (14,000 feet above sea level). The view was indescribable. You could see all of Quito and more. We have also grocery shopped, learned to take the bus, drove all over Quito it feels like,