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C4C Tanzania

Coordinators:

Dauson Chonjo, Marangu
Tumaini Geofrey, Moshi
Wilson Mosha, Marangua
Frank Sabas, Moshi

Chapter Contact:

Pastor Winford Mosha, spiritual advisor

E-mail: winmosha@yahoo.com 

HIStory

We addressed 13 guides and 12 porters from three churches at what become the inaugural Kilimanjaro Chapter meeting at Lyasongoro Lutheran Church in Marangu on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008. Using Acts 1:8, we told them that Kibo was their Judea. They work in a mission field alongside non-Christian guides and porters. They can be a witness to their co-workers. But they also have the ends of the earth coming to climb with them. They can be a witness to all the lost trekkers among the 35,000-plus who come to Kilimanjaro each year.

By the end of the first meeting, we had 33 members in the Kilimanjaro Chapter.

The second meeting of the Kilimanjaro Chapter — held in Moshi on Monday, March 3, 2008 at the Kiborilon Assembly of God Church — saw 39 more guides and porters join Climbing For Christ, giving us 74 in Tanzania.

Latest News

Mission: Kilimanjaro 2016 Trip Report

Feeding needs and hungering souls Story and photos by Gary Fallesen President, Climbing For Christ Turning his eyes up to the mountains: Damson Samson looks up to summit of Kilimanjaro on second morning of trek. Four days later, he stood at Africa’s highest point. In the beginning was the Question, and the Question was with us. Every time a Climbing For Christ team met the guides and porters who were part of the Kilimanjaro Chapter, we were asked: “When are you going to start a trekking company here?” Those who joined the Kilimanjaro Chapter – ... Read more »

Mission Moments: Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro Chapter members meeting with Damson Samson. Praying for more lives transformed Gregory Nyange Aman’s life has been changed by his association with the Kilimanjaro Chapter. He stopped smoking and drinking, and he testified that all of the “challenges in the family” that resulted from those vices have “completely gone away.” “Now, they are able to pray together as a family,” said Damson Samson, Climbing For Christ’s missionary to East Africa.   Gregory Nyange Aman. Damson’s latest mission trip to Tanza... Read more »

C4C Kilimanjaro Prayer Video

Please join us in lifting up the nation of Tanzania - especially those committed to working on or near Kilimanjaro. Read more »

A new chapter in Tanzania

A new chapter in Tanzania Pastor Winford Mosha of Lyasongoro Lutheran Church in Marangu reported that the team heading up the new Kilimanjaro Chapter of Climbing For Christ was able to hold its first meeting on Monday, April 14. The chapter's leadership agreed to the goals set by Climbing For Christ president Gary Fallesen: Hold prayer meetings and praise celebrations before and after climbs. Members will participate in ongoing Bible study (coordinated by Pastor Mosha and Climbing For Christ staff). Prayer climb in April (coordinated by Dauson) with other prayer climbs in t... Read more »

Bible Study Begins

Bible study begins Chapter Bibles studies have begun in the U.S. (specifically Minnesota and Western New York), the Philippines, and in Tanzania. Pastor Winford Mosha met with eight other Marangu members of the Kilimanjaro Chapter on Saturday, Nov. 15 for their first Bible study. Dauson Chonjo led the study, which focused on Ephesians 6:10 (“emphasizing that they be strong and take all the armor of God,” Pastor Mosha said). The group agreed to meet every Sunday for Bible lessons and prayer. Additionally, Pastor Mosha said, “Everyone was urged to be a model in his sur... Read more »

Prayer Climb

Prayer Climb Preparing the Way On 1 May, the Marangu group met and agreed to start Bible study and prayer group. From this meeting we also decided to postpone prayer day on the mountain to 12 May. (It was originally scheduled for 5 May.) On 5 May, the Marangu C4C group plus prayer members from my church and neighboring churches joined us in a special prayer seminar to prepare the group on the mountain prayer. We had about 60 people. A friend of mine from Dar es Salaam conducted the seminar. It was nice and helpful to the group before we go for the prayer expedition. Dauson Chonjo ... Read more »