Enciso, Jorge & Ginny

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Jorge and Ginny live and serve in Bogotá, Colombia. Jorge is Colombian, and Ginny is the daughter of missionaries and grew up in Colombia. Their passion is to see communities transformed by the gospel of grace. Together, they lead a house church movement, forming outposts of God’s love and mercy throughout different cities. Because of their passion, they established a foundation, Viva Youth, which opens strategic doors for those from the house churches to engage in urban ministry. They have developed a resource center for youth coming out of the foster care system and strive to connect these young people with faith communities that can become their unofficially adopted family. 

The Encisos have a deep love for Christ and burden to be His hands and feet to those around them. Jorge and Ginny both enjoy the urban setting, discipleship, and spending time with people. They desire to see the city transformed one community at a time as they embody Christ’s love to their neighbors.

    Ministry: Colombia Church Planting

    As God’s people live authentically—infusing the world with the grace and mercy of Jesus—the local church takes on the beauty God desires for it. God’s church is a gathering of people through which he works out the purposes of redemption—in individuals, families, cities and nations.

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    Ministry: Colombia Field, GO Fund

    South America Mission’s countries of service incur costs associated with catalyzing and managing ministry initiatives. We also invest resources in the infrastructure and services necessary to shepherd a vision-driven missionary community (e.g., compliance with local government regulations, operating a field office, stewarding field finances, pastoral care, etc.).

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    Ministry: Fundación Comunidad Viva (Viva Youth)

    Viva Youth is a Colombian foundation started by Jorge and Ginny Enciso. At the heart of Viva Youth are house churches (Casas Corazones) that collectively meet monthly as Ciudad Corazón.
    The house churches are the protagonists in Comunidad Viva’s story.

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