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Pandemic S.O.S. Responding to coronavirus around the Climbing For Christ world By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christx Wednesday, Nov. 25 Pastor Tej handing out COVID-19 relief in Western Nepal. (Photo by SARA ministry) Pastor Tej Rokka, a long-time Climbing For Christ member and ministry partner, made his first trip since the onset of the pandemic and traveled to Nepal’s Western Region. “We baptized 14 people, had a seminar where 36 pastors and believers attended, and distributed relief help to 40 families, which means 200 lives directly...
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Photo of the Week: Haiti The people of Kalmette, Haiti receiving food. (Photo by C4CNG) CLICK HERE for the latest on COVID-19 pandemic relief.
What price salvation? By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Gilbert sharing Jesus in Marmelade, Haiti. (Photos by C4CNG) Gilbert Lindor and two members of C4C’s New Generation (Haiti) traveled from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to the border town of Jimani, where they met six other members on Sept. 9. The next day, the group continued to Marmelade, a village in northern Haiti. It was a 450-kilometer (280-mile) drive that takes 9 ½ hours, if your vehicle is not stopped, robbed, and your driver kidnapped or shot – a sad occurrence in Haiti. Gilb...
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A word brings hope By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Gilbert, using his prosthetic leg, climbs stairs to greet a Haitian woman with a baby living in the Dominican Republic. Food was being delivered door to door in Dominican neighborhoods. But no one from the Dominican government was stopping at houses where Haitians live. This prompted Gilbert Lindor to make his own special delivery. The bread of life. “Jesus said to them, ‘I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst’” (John...
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In January of 2020, Climbing For Christ flew our Haitian brother Gilbert Lindor from the Dominican Republic to Colorado, where he received a brand new prosthetic leg. Watch the Denver CBS video below. And click here to read the Mission Moments blog posted during this trip.
Photo of the Week: Haiti Gilbert Lindor, Gary Fallesen, Elaine Fallesen and Missy Jean Dedrick in Loveland, CO during Gilbert’s Jan. 3-19 visit to receive a new prosthetic leg. CLICK HERE to read our daily blog from these special Mission Moments: Haiti.
Gilbert Lindor, Gary Fallesen, Elaine Fallesen and Missy Jean Dedrick in Loveland, CO. Gilbert’s return to Colorado And other adventures of C4C By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Introduction: In August 2007, Gilbert Lindor was rescued from the jaws of death by Climbing For Christ in his mountain village of Gentilhomme, Haiti‎. Gilbert had fallen in a ravine while playing and severely broke his leg. With no medical care available, his father wrapped his leg and laid him in the family’s small house. Twenty-seven days later a C4C worker found him ...
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Photo of the Week: Haiti  Joe Johnson, left, and Brendan Tuchowski work with Gilbert Lindor as he receives the gift of a prosthetic leg from Quorum Prosthetics in Windsor, CO. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) CLICK HERE to read the first Mission Moments: Haiti reports of 2020, “Gilbert returns to Colorado.”
Gilbert with schoolchildren in Gentilhomme in 2017. I Can Only Imagine Imagine being a 14-year-old Haitian boy living in a mountain village with no electricity or running water. A place where a school has just been opened through the work of Climbing For Christ. And you’ve been left for dead after breaking your leg. Gilbert Lindor doesn’t have to imagine. He was that boy. What he could not have imagined 10½ year ago was going to college, which – on Jan. 22 – he began in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. “After a series of sacrifices (and) unexpected e...
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Out with the old, in with the ‘new generation’ The “New Generation,” as Gilbert calls himself and his friends ministering in Haiti, were dubbed “the next generation” of Haitian missionaries by us in The Climbing Way (Vol. 36, Sept. 2016). Our friend Gilbert finished 2017 in thankfulness to God for all that He provided through Climbing For Christ to support not only him as he finished high school and prepared to enter college in the Dominican Republic, but for lives in Haiti again impacted by the possibility of education. The “New Generation&rdq...
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Supporting our legacy in Haiti By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Gilbert delivers food to Pastor Paul of Gentilhomme on Oct. 31. The 14-year-old Haitian boy that God used Climbing For Christ to rescue from the jaws of death is now a 23-year-old man with a heart to serve the LORD who saved him. Climbing For Christ officially pulled out of Haiti in April 2015 after many months of prayer and a fact-finding trip in November 2013. The main reason centered on our primary purpose, which is to GO and deliver the Gospel in the mountains of the world where other missionar...
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Building His church “…and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.” – Matthew 16:18 (ESV) By Gary Fallesen Founding president, Climbing For Christ Pastor Duncan Nyozani sold his car for US$2,000 so he could buy a plot of land and be able to put the first thousand dollars toward the building of a new Searchlight Ministries church in southern Malawi. “We need US$24,000,” said the long-time Climbing For Christ member and ministry partner. “This is a huge sum of money to raise, but we believe God is able to meet ...
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Photo of the Week: Mozambique Photo of the Week by Gary Fallesen: Pastor Felix and his wife celebrate the construction of the church they shepherd in Milatu, Mozambique during Mission: Malawi 2014. We have been blessed by precious moments of sheer joy exhibited by pastors on the receiving end of a church building provided by God through Climbing For Christ. Meeting our brothers and sisters in the church at Milatu, Mozambique while on Mission: Malawi 2014 was a taste of heaven. There was singing, dancing, hugging, and smiling. It was a time of praise and giving thanks. The church was our sixth build globally and ...
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By Gary Fallesen President, Climbing For  Christ Looking back at the mission to Haiti, which began when the Lord led us to a village in the Chaine de la Selle mountains in the summer of 2005, “our big work is the people God used us to bring from death to life,” Climbing For Christ missionary Miguel Rubén Guante said this week. There have been the physical healings: Gilbert, a young boy whose leg was broken and turned to life-threatening gangrene in 2007 in a place where there was no medical care (Gentilhomme) until he was found by Miguel. He was rescued, his...
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Saintela well and heading home After undergoing surgery on March 25th to have an obstructive tumor in her mouth removed, Saintela returned to the hospital in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic for a follow up visit. Once there, doctors checked on her surgical site and gave her the results of the biopsy from the tumor. Saintela outside the hospital.  “Praise the Lord,” C4C’s missionary to Haiti, Miguel Rubén Guante wrote, “the result of the biopsy is good. She has not bad cancer.” We praise the Lord with Miguel and Saintela for this wonderful news...
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Saintela undergoes surgery to remove tumor Saintela before surgery. “Saintela is well from the surgeon,” wrote C4C’s missionary to Haiti, Miguel Rubén Guante. Saintela Toussaint underwent the two hour surgery Tuesday morning in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic to remove an obstructive oral tumor from the roof of her mouth. We give all praise and thanks to God for this successful surgery, which required three weeks of testing and waiting. The long treatment also was expensive. Before the surgery on Tuesday, expenses had reached more than US$3,400, while Clim...
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A medical emergency with a name Saintela Toussaint was a woman from a small village near Malasi who came to a Mission: Haiti 2012 medical clinic to be examined by Dr. Steve Quakenbush of Cańon City, CO, USA. She had a small tumor in her mouth. We had seen growths like this before. In 2011, we were introduced to Carmen, who had a tumor the size of a grapefruit growing out of her mouth, making eating impossible. We evacuated Carmen to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, where the obstructive oral tumor was removed and her life saved. Not wanting to see a repeat of Carmen’s story we made n...
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Church in Mare Pitre ‘growing strong’ Missionary to Haiti Miguel Rubén Guante taught a special seminary in Mare Pitre on Saturday, Feb. 15. Seventeen people attended. The subject: “Who is God?” Each month, Miguel is teaching a “local” seminary to the young churches in Jimani, Dominican Republic, and Mare Pitre, on the first and third weekends, as well as our main monthly seminary for pastors and church leaders from many villages who meet in Thoman on the fourth weekend. Seminary, above, and worship, below, at the church at Mare Pitre. (Photos by M...
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The church at Malasi after worship on Feb. 9. (Photo by Miguel Rubén Guante) Sunday in Malasi There were 120 people in worship at the Monte Pou Kris church at Malasi on Sunday, Feb. 9. At the same time, 73 believers were worshiping at the church at Jimani, DR, and 41 at the young church at Mare Pitre, Haiti. There was no report from Gentilhomme. Climbing For Christ's missionary to Haiti, Miguel Rubén Guante, visited Malasi and met with leaders to discuss the fourth anniversary celebration of the Malasi church in March. Miguel took one of the church leaders, who was suffering f...
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A pastor serving in the Monte Pou Kris (Climbing For Christ) church was afraid to preach from the pulpit for two-thirds of the year in 2013. He had been told a curse had been placed on him and if he went to the pulpit to speak he would die. When C4C missionary Miguel Rubén Guante learned about this we made plans for him to go and speak to the pastor and the church. “The role of the church through its leaders is defend the faith in Christ Jesus,” Miguel stated. As a result of this occurrence, spiritual coordinator Jordan Rowley prepared a January seminary teaching called, &l...
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