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Mission: Indonesia 2012
Mission: Indonesia 2012

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“The Lord will open the heavens, the storehouse of his bounty, to send rain on your land in season and to bless all the work of your hands. … If you pay attention to the commands of the Lord your God that I give you this day and carefully follow them, you will always be at the top, never at the bottom.”
— Deuteronomy 28:12-13 (NIV)

Expedition

Mission: Indonesia 2012


Date: April 2012.

Purpose: To continue to encourage and inspire C4C Indonesia and to travel together to a new island for a mountain trek to reach a people group that may have 540 Christians among its population of more than 2.7 million (0.02 percent). Also, visit a village on another island where we have been ministering since 2007.

Team size: 7-10 members.

Cost: Estimated at $1,100. Price does NOT include travel to/from Indonesia, but includes all expenses in-country (including internal travel, lodging and food).

Prayer:
We ask that the fire would continue to burn in the hearts of C4C Indonesia members, particularly its leaders. We lift the work that has begun and is ongoing as well as the work the Lord is preparing for us in a new place. 

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Indonesia is the world’s largest Muslim nation, claiming that about 213 million of its 248 million people¹ (86 percent) follow Islam. While the Southeastern Asian country’s constitution supposedly guarantees religion freedom, persecution against Christians is well documented. Sin...
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Adreian "Ace" Concordia

Ace Concordia, teaching in Tacadang. Nationality: Filipino. Occupation: Businessman. Missions with C4C: Indonesia 2012, and 15 expeditions in the Philippines from 2008-2013. How long have you climbed?  10-plus years. Type of climbing you do: Hiking, trekking. Highlight of climbing career: Reaching the village of Tacadang on the first mission climb in the Philippines on July 31, 2008. How long have you been a Christian? Sept. 15, 1991. Type of ministry you are blessed to serve in: Climbing For Christ. Favorite Scripture verse (and why):  Joshua 1:1-9. The Lord gave ... Read more »

Making straight paths for Him

Mission: Indonesia Making straight paths for Him One of our porters on Mount Rinjani was telling us about his Sasak village on the island of Lombok. When asked what the name of the village meant, he said: “Door fall on you.” Then, in a display of modern-day texting style, he added, “Just kidding.” While it was an LOL moment, it also was fitting. Climbing For Christ is a ministry that goes in search of open doors and opportunities to deliver the Good News to people who otherwise might not receive it. After several days in Indonesia in April, it was beginning to feel ... Read more »

Trip Report: Making the most of our time

Summit fever struck the seemingly aimless group wandering on the slopes of a large active volcano on one of Indonesia’s many islands. Never mind the late start (3 p.m.) and the abbreviated schedule (less than the minimum 3 days and 2 nights required to ascend the more than 12,000-foot/3,650-meter volcano). As we hiked in the heat under, thankfully, overcast skies, I knew that this was not why we had come here. We’d arrived on the island to survey the volcano and see how God might use us to reach the people living there. There are more than 2.7 million people in this particular g... Read more »

Mission: Indonesia 2012

Date: April 2012. Purpose: To continue to encourage and inspire C4C Indonesia and to travel together to a new island for a mountain trek to reach a people group that may have 540 Christians among its population of more than 2.7 million (0.02 percent). Also, visit a village on another island where we have been ministering since 2007. Team size: 7-10 members. Cost: Estimated at $1,100. Price does NOT include travel to/from Indonesia, but includes all expenses in-country (including internal travel, lodging and food). Prayer: We ask that the fire would continue to burn in the hearts of... Read more »

Mission: Indonesia 2012

Indonesia is the world’s largest Muslim nation, claiming that about 213 million of its 248 million people¹ (86 percent) follow Islam. While the Southeastern Asian country’s constitution supposedly guarantees religion freedom, persecution against Christians is well documented. Since 1996, 798 Christian churches have been burned, attacked or closed, according to Voice of the Martyrs. In 2006, Indonesia’s Ministry of Religion issued a national decree requiring religious groups with 90 members or more to get the permission of 60 neighbors before building or expanding &ldq... Read more »