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Mission: Malawi 2015
Mission: Malawi 2015

“I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you.” — John 14:18

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Mission: Malawi 2015

Climbing For Christ’s calling began here in 2009 when Duncan Nyozani, a pastor and C4C member, contacted us after his orphanage was burglarized and a month’s worth of food for the children in the care of Searchlight Ministries was stolen. C4C provided funding to feed the children and in 2010 we initiated Project 1:27.

PRAY: For Project 1:27, based on James 1:27 (“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world”), which seeks to provide for those at Pastor Duncan’s Far & Wide Children’s Home. CLICK HERE to learn more.

GIVE: To support the evangelistic work of C4C’s East African missionary Damson Samson, who came to Christ in and still calls southern Malawi his home.
  • If you can help send a contribution to Climbing For Christ, P.O. Box 16290, Rochester, NY 14616-0290. Or CLICK HERE and give online via PayPal.
  • In Canada, make checks payable to The Great Commission Foundation, and on the memo line add Climbing For Christ CANADA.  Mail your support to: The Great Commission Foundation, #3 – 1335 Trans Canada Way SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1B 1J1. Or give online at http://tgcfcanada.org/donate. Mark your contribution: “Climbing For Christ CANADA.”
GO: Climbing For Christ periodically sends teams to love and teach the orphans C4C supports. Teams went there in 2010, ’11 and ’14. The next team will GO in 2016. Contact us at info@ClimbingForChrist.org if you are interested in GO-ing here to work with the children.

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Learn more about Malawi and Climbing for Christ's activities there.  CLICK HERE

 

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Mission Moments: Malawi

Men at work in Malawi on a new women’s clinic. (Photo by Duncan Nyozani) New clinic under construction in Malawi The last we saw the Mothers & Babies Centre that Pastor Duncan Nyozani proposed building in southern Malawi, he was standing, somewhat forlorn, in front of an unfinished building (photo above). He’d been left hanging when funds promised by a North American pastor hadn’t come through. “There is only one hospital in our district of Phalombe,” Duncan said. “We do not have a district hospital, but we have a Catholic hospital at Holy Fam... Read more »

Project 1:27 Malawi

Project 1:27 MalawiEvery month should be CHRISTmas CHRISTmas gift: on safari in Malawi. (Photo by Duncan Nyozani) God used Project 1:27 sponsors and supporters from the U.S. and Canada to provide children in southern Malawi with “a very wonderful CHRISTmas. The kids were very happy,” said Pastor Duncan Nyozani, a Climbing For Christ member and minister partner. “We bought some clothes, shoes, school bags, and special food for them. We had a safari to Liwonde National Park (at the southern tip of Lake Malombe in the south of Malawi), where they saw different animals. “Thank ... Read more »

Project 1:27 Malawi

Jesus comes to four more orphans Catherine Gwembere with bedding and clothing provided through C4C Canada funding. Here is my story: My name is Catherine Gwembere. I am 8 years old. I am in grade 4. I lost my dad in 2007, when I was only 1 year old. He died of HIV/AIDS after a long illness that left my family with nothing. I cannot remember him. I was never treated with fatherly love in my life. Catherine is learning about our heavenly Father’s love. “I will not leave you as orphans,” Jesus says in John 14:18. “I will come to you.” Catherine is o... Read more »

Mission: Malawi 2015

Climbing For Christ’s calling began here in 2009 when Duncan Nyozani, a pastor and C4C member, contacted us after his orphanage was burglarized and a month’s worth of food for the children in the care of Searchlight Ministries was stolen. C4C provided funding to feed the children and in 2010 we initiated Project 1:27. PRAY: For Project 1:27, based on James 1:27 (“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world”), which seeks to provide for those... Read more »