About our mission

panquito1MISSION QUITO 2008 is a partnership between Faith Baptist Church, Wichita Falls, Texas, and International Mission Board missionaries Brett and Brenda Cargile to begin a new church in an unreached people group in the southern part of the city of Quito, Ecuador. Faith Baptist sent four teams in 2008, and we are currently planning future trips.

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH, 3001 Southwest Parkway, Wichita Falls, TX 76308     P:940.692.4220    www.faithwf.com


21 Responses to “About our mission”

  1. Praying for you daily. This will be a great time of sowing of the seed. May God give you all health and strength for the task ahead.

  2. 2 Sue Shelton

    What joy fills my heart to see the works all of you are doing in Quito!! I am praying for each of you everyday that God will use each of you in a very special way to share the Good News!! Keep working hard and planting those seeds, and please dont stop sending pictures. Your prayer warriors at home love getting to see you in action!

  3. 3 Wanda Davis

    What a joy to read your report.Praise God!!
    The pictures help us feel more of a tie with you & the preciious ones to whom you are witnessing.May God continue to guide you & keep you safe & healthy.

  4. 4 Wendy Betz

    WOW!!!! What a blessing to be a part of your blessing the daily report & pictures of those hearing & accepting the Gospel.Praying daily for the team’s health, protection & strength while planting the seeds of salvation. Luke 15:7. Anxious to hear and see more of Quito. With our Lord’s love, Wendy Betz

  5. 5 Cindy Day

    What a humbling experience for all of you to help others have a place to worship God. You are all in my prayers for your well being as you travel about and return home safely. God bless you, Susan Bartlett and all of those who are traveling together for the glory of God. May God bless each and every one of you. In
    Christian Love, Cindy

  6. 6 James & Barbara Masey

    Thank you for sharing the wonderful pictures and the news of what you are all doing there. We know that God is in your midst and he is pleased with what you are accomplishing. We may be in Odessa, Tx, but we are with you in spirit and we pray for you daily.

  7. 7 Sandy Tandberg

    God is so faithful!! Look how He has answered your and our prayers. Press on! God is not finished with you and your ministry there! One more day of victory!!!

    Love,
    Sandy

  8. 8 James Tandberg

    Concerning Day 5 and the picture “Let the children sing” – only a true musician would put a capo on the second fret! This is a statement to your dedication and willingness to give your very best. Even in a small room in a small village in front of a small group, your desire to do things to the best of your ability is clearly evident. Sometimes, the smallest things can say so much. I hope they have enjoyed hearing you play and that the guitar has been a vehicle to help spread the good news. Blessings to all.
    James Tandberg

  9. Just as God opened the skies for rain showers here, my prayer is for showers of blessings and anointing be on each of you today. Betty Baker

  10. 10 Marilyn Meador

    Your joy and love for Christ and for these precious is evident in the pictures here. May God continue to grant you strength and health and may the Holy Spirit continue to bless the seeds you are sowing.

  11. 11 Kim Sizemore

    I can’t wait to get up each morning and check out the blog. The pictures, the commentary, the testimonies…they keep me going. They remind me of the importance of prayer for Team Alpha and for the people of Quito. It is beyond my comprehension that SOOOOO much can happen in such a short amount of time when God’s people are open to being used by Him.

    God is working miracles here as well. Lois Simpson has not given any science homework that Whitney doesn’t understand or that I can’t help her with. :) But, we still miss Alan (Daddy). We know even God can’t hold Mr. Simpson off for long.

    Josie, we missed you in children’s choir last night.

    Basically, you are ALL missed very much.

  12. 12 MM

    It has to be such an honor to work where you can plainly see that our Lord has already gone before you & prepared hearts to receive His word.An honor, yet humbling expierence to be used by Him in such a way. Thank you for the testimonies & the pictures, this enables us to be “on mission” with each of you.
    May God continue to bless you & use you for His glory.

  13. 13 Gayla Smith

    What a testimony of God’s power and presence as he goes before you preparing the way. May God bless every step that you take, put a spring in your step that matches the joy in your hearts. Continue to pave the way for Faith’s trips to come. God bless.

    My heart goes out to the people at the dump. Have you had a chance to minister to any of them?

  14. 14 Susan V

    You are in our prayers. God will be with you all the way. What a wonderful opportunity that Alex and Eric and everyone else is getting. Our prayers are with all of you and for those at home, be safe, have a wonderful experience, and share Gods love. I can’t wait to see the pictures when the kids get back to school.

  15. 15 Sarah Johnson

    Kaleigh! Hope you are having a great time getting to be apart of this wonderful opportunity…I’m praying for you every day! See you when you get home…

    Sarah

  16. Hello Everyone,
    The pictures are great and while I have been observing them it shows so much happiness, excitement , and faith each of you have. Thankful to you all for serving and loving the Lord. Continue to pray to bless others as you will also receive a blessing. Eric I’m proud of you sharing Jesus love with the other children. Hi Angela! Jesus loves us this I know for the Bible tells us so! My prayers are with all!

  17. 17 Jeanne'

    This link has been such a blessing to read and keep up with the work of those on the mission. Thank you to those who make it possible and Glory to God.
    Peace be with you til we meet again

    Jeanne’ S

  18. 18 Rick Jackson

    Thanks for the information. Our son will be visiting there for several months with one of the nationals. Are the Cargiles still serving there? Would love to have someone from the states currently serving there as a contact for him. Our son is a member of the Xtreme Team. Thanks, Rick

  19. What Is Mission?
    The traditional understanding of mission is of professional persons, generally clerics and religious, who have dedicated their lives to the work of evangelization, spreading the Gospel of Jesus, at home or abroad, either to those who have not heard it or whose faith is weak for lack of ministers
    As the People of God, we are all called to be missionaries, but not limited exclusively to the traditional form of missions.
    The idea of mission today encompasses various activities, which fall into different categories, namely: the Traditional, Corporal Works of Mercy, and Immersion.

  20. 20 Angela Snyder

    Mr. Jackson:

    I know that this is about a month late, but yes the Cargiles are still in Ecuador. They will be there until next Christmas I believe. Ecuador is an amazing place, I went there with the second team, Team Dos. I wish your son the best.

  21. 21 Stuart Holtzclaw

    Major earthquake predicted for Quito region … may occur in next 3 days. Please prepare and pray for safety of the people.


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