Forbes, Brian & Stephanie
Brian & Stephanie Forbes
“We fix broken hearts and parts.”
We come alongside ministries providing practical solutions to everyday problems. This builds a trust between us that enables those in ministry to openly communicate what is in their hearts. We see freedom come as Jesus guides us in healing lives. These times of refreshing are great morale boosters offering the edge needed to effectively minister.
It is a privilege to share Jesus’ love and encouragement with those on the front lines in a way that few can. The help we offer saves ministries thousands of dollars. When ministries don’t have to pay labor for repairs they can put the money toward equipment safety and supplies to tell others about Jesus. Your support will help keep ministry doors open.
Our heart is to serve missionaries, ministries, camps and churches. We are willing to travel to locations around the world where my fix-it skills and Steph’s nursing skills are needed. We hope to solve some of the physical needs which frustrate ministries.
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My Dad… A friend was here at Missions Outpost, helping me clean the kitchen, when my mom called. “Your dad just died.” We packed and drove north, still in our work clothing. You just do the next thing. That was to go home. Dad developed seizures when I...read more
Making friends… We have been in one place long enough that friendships are developing. I was invited to join a monthly minister’s mentor group. It is a great group of guys. I am the second oldest. The pastor leading it is in his 50s and wants to help...read more
It has been a difficult month. We were addressing facility needs, including a failed dishwasher and washing machine. We got a call from my mom saying, "Dad is in the hospital and not doing well." We packed up for a week stay in Pennsylvania. My dad (Doug)...read more
Revival?... I needed some keys made for the Missions’ Outpost building. I had 16 keys cut, none of them worked! Trips to town are a bit ofa drive so I had to wait until the next time we went. I was helped by a manager who is a little younger than me. He...read more
New Year…We moved out of motor home for winter with snow on the ground and the temperature dropping. This is the first time in our 8 years we have fully shut down our traveling ministry home. We have had some adjustment to living in an apartment. We can’t...read more