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Help in time of need “I am telling you the acts that God allowed in my missionary journey, by His grace.” This is how Brother Jaime Servat, C4C’s missionary to Peru, began his latest report from the field – which for the past several months has been Ecuador. The mission field is everywhere for God’s servants. Whether Peru or Ecuador, mountain villages or an ice cream shop, God’s children are “on mission” wherever their feet take them. Jaime’s February mission report began with him looking for a cup of coffee. “God guided me to a...
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A song of praise in Ecuador Chimborazo as seen from the village of  Cooperativa. (Photo by Jaime Servat) As Climbing For Christ’s Peruvian missionary, Jaime Servat, walked a mountain road near Ecuador’s tallest peak (20,564-foot/6,268-meter Chimborazo) in late January, he sang to the Lord: “Oh God, You are guiding me again and again through Your Spirit in this way of grace by grace; Oh God, You are amazing, healing hearts and minds through Your Spirit in this way of love by love; Oh King of Kings I love all about You Oh Lord of Lords You are all my life.”...
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To Ecuador Climbing For Christ's missionary to Peru, Jaime Servat, has recently been ministering in the Andes of Ecuador. As in Peru, he's reached out to many remote farming communities. Here are a handful of his photos highlighting some of His (the Lord's) work. Jaime captured this stunning view of Chimborazo Mountain before trekking down to share the love of Jesus in Chinigua Village (at the bottom of the photo). After hearing the Gospel, these families (above and below) trusted Jesus to be their Savior. They also received a New Testament. Whether in the Andes of Peru or E...
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¡Three Amigos! (left to right): Climbing For Christ spiritual coordinator Jordan Rowley, Peruvian missionary Jaime Servat, and C4C president Gary Fallesen in the Cordillera Huayhuash during Mission: Peru 2014. Jaime Servat dreamed about a big mountain, similar to Peru’s highest peak, Huascaran. The mountain was surrounded by foothills covered in beautiful fields of wheat. As he ran toward the fields he woke up. His heart was beating hard and he felt compelled to draw a picture of the vision he’d just seen. The following day he asked his mother what she thought the dream ...
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A harvest in the Huayhuash Story by Jordan Rowley Spiritual Coordinator, Climbing For Christ Reporting and photos by Jaime Servat Missionary to Peru, Climbing For Christ Jaime Servat made the three-hour trek to the remote Cordillera Huayhuash village of Chocopampa to visit a woman Climbing For Christ first encountered four months earlier. Esther, who – although never having heard of Jesus – came to Christ during Mission: Peru 2014, lives in a place accessible only by foot or hoof. This was the first time our missionary to Peru had returned to this part of the Peruvian A...
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As construction continues, God works all things for good Story by Jordan Rowley Spiritual Coordinator, Climbing For Christ Reporting by Jaime Servat Missionary to Peru, Climbing For Christ “I will be glad and rejoice in Your mercy, For You have considered my trouble; You have known my soul in adversities.” – Psalm 31:7 (Sept. 3, 2014) Climbing For Christ’s missionary to Peru, Jaime Servat, was back in the Cordillera Blanca Range of Peru’s beautiful Andes yet again this past month. He connected with our beloved sister, Teresa, and her granddaughter, Alison ...
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Under His Grace Jaime Servat, Climbing For Christ’s missionary to Peru, reports on the work being done in his home country in July 2014. Here is his edited report: Jaime Servat, right, sharing Christ in the village of Mascho during Mission: Peru 2014. This is my mission report during that days which were under patience and healing to some believers, so Praise Him! When I first arrived in Chalhua, I was received by Alisson and her grandmother, Teresa. We prayed together and I gave them some gifts. Then I was in the church building to see the progress of the work and talk a...
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Finding a lost sheep in the Huayhuash By Gary Fallesen Founding president, Climbing For Christ Esther receiving the Good News from Jaime. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) “Our great goal is to meet people like Esther,” Climbing For Christ’s missionary to Peru, Jaime Servat, said near the end of our short-term expedition in May. “Esther was a special farmer because she never heard about Jesus.” Half of our trekking team was reversing direction in the Cordillera Huayhuash when this God-orchestrated moment occurred. It was a divine appointment made possible only a...
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By Gary Fallesen Climbing For Christ Sunday, May 25   Trekking into the Cordillera Huayhuash. I give thanks to God for the sending of His Mission: Peru team and for all that He accomplished in and through this group: Hayley Fallesen, Rachel Horton, Andrey Khabursky, Marco Milla, Jordan Rowley, Jaime Servat, Jessica Vose and Michael Wall. It was a blessing to serve with these faithful brothers and sisters. I am certain that this was a “mission accomplished” and that His servants did what He intended for us when we first set out on May 10. As we returned to our homes in...
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The harvest work goes on Story by Gary Fallesen Founding president, Climbing For Christ Reporting and photos by Jaime Jesus Servat Missionary to Peru, Climbing For Christ (May 5, 2014) Our annual Evangelic Expedition to Peru is coming soon. But before Climbing For Christ’s short-term team arrives, missionary Jaime Servat continues to serve the Lord. The mission to Peru is not a two-week experience; it is ongoing – every day of the year. When asked how having a C4C team visiting his country to labor alongside him would encourage this mission, Jaime said: “I pray ...
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Encouragement in the Cordillera Negra   Looking toward the Cordillera Blanca from Jahua village. Jaime Servat, Climbing For Christ’s missionary to Peru, reports on the work being done in his home country in January 2014. Here is his translated and edited report: On Wednesday, Jan. 8 to Sunday, Jan. 19, I was encouraging believers, winning souls and praying for healing in His field! Praying to God at the beginning of the year, He put in my heart to visit a brother named Cain Abel in the Anta District west of Huaraz in the Cordillera Negra range. I asked him if he knew some vil...
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PRAY: For workers to bring in the harvest. GIVE: To the ongoing work being done in the Peruvian Andes, including monthly support for missionary Jaime Servat and the building (physically and spiritually) of the church. Send support to Climbing For Christ, c/o Mission: Peru, P.O. Box 16290, Rochester, NY 14616-0290 USA. Or CLICK HERE and give online via PayPal. GO: May 10-25. Our team will visit the newly constructed church at Chalhua before going on an eight-day evangelic trek in the Huayhuash Range. The trek is graded “hard” by our guide, C4C member Edwin Milla. Estimated&nb...
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Peru 2014 Dossier
Please pray with us for the people of Peru and those who have been moved by the Spirit of God to reach out to them in the name of Jesus.  
Winning souls and ministering to believers Silvana Pizarro, who joined Climbing For Christ, was moved by God to come from her home in the Lima area to know more about His vineyard in Chalhua and beyond. We recognize that the harvest is ripe and the workers or few, so we rejoice in the willingness of this sister to serve in the Cordillera Blanca Range. Silvana was a blessing to many – believers and those who came to the Lord – according to Jaime Servat, Climbing For Christ’s missionary to Peru. “Just when we entered the house of Alisson and her grandmother Teresa, they...
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God's dream for the church at Chalhua “On Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 3 a.m., I woke up after I had a special dream so strong that I was praying for it,” said Jaime Servat, Climbing For Christ’s missionary to Peru. “I saw a check – it was pink-colored paper – in English written to C4C an amount of US$1,500. I could not see the bank seal and name. It really was burning my heart and I said, ‘Oh, Lord, if this is Your will then do it because here we need Your offering to complete Your prayer house.’ So praise God! “The next morning I was che...
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Blessed to bless believers By Jordan Rowley Climbing For Christ spiritual coordinator Throughout Climbing For Christ’s third mission to the Cordillera Blanca range of the Peruvian Andes, I found myself thinking often of God’s love for the world, and His call to His Church to love others in the same way. During the days leading up to and throughout Mission: Peru 2013, the Lord put 1 John 3:16 in my mind and on my heart, “By this we know love, because He laid down His life for us. And we also ought to lay down our lives for the brethren.” We even discussed this verse e...
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In May 2011, God sent a team of four from the United States to the Peruvian Andes Mountains. It was a family affair. The U.S. contingent was made up of father and son Gary and Jesse Fallesen, and brothers Jordan and Justin Rowley. This foursome was blessed to serve alongside many of our Climbing For Christ members from Peru. It was a joy for the Americans to get to know their Peruvian brothers, and to experience their passion for the Lord and the lost. Mission: Peru 2011 was essentially planned as a survey trip, and we learned very quickly that the fields in the remote mountains...
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By Jordan Rowley Spiritual Coordinator, Climbing For Christ Our first  view of the beautiful Cordillera Blanca range on July 9. (Photo by Jordan Rowley) Scroll to the bottom of the page for the Mission: Peru prayer calendar Sunday, July 21 Saturday night we said our goodbyes to the team and began to make our way home. After a connection at JFK in New York City, my brother Justin and I arrived in Rochester just before 3 p.m. We're incredibly thankful for all that our Lord accomplished, and we pray that all of our labors would continue to bear Him fruit! Satur...
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