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Mission: Malawi 2018

Sermon on the Mount (Mulanje) We climbed from the Fort Lister trailhe... Read more »

Mission: Malawi 2017

No shortage of Living Water Flooding, drought, failed harvests, and n... Read more »

Mission: Malawi 2016

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Mission Moment: Malawi (Dec. 31, 2012)

CHRISTmas was celebrated in Malawi, Africa, where funds provided by Climbing For Christ members and friends bought food and drink as well as gifts for the Project 1:27 orphans. Gifts included pens, exercise books for school, shoes and clothing such as pants and belts. "We had a very wonderful CHRISTmas here," said Pastor Duncan, the care-giver at the Climbing For Christ-supported Far & Wide Children's Home. Read more »

Mission Malawi: 2012 Video

Watch the Mission Malawi 2012 video. Mission Malawi: 2012 from Climbing For Christ on Vimeo. Read more »

Thankful for a roof over their heads

Mission Moment: Mozambique (Oct. 2) The body of believers in the village of Milatu, Mozambique is not taking for granted the church roof over their heads. “The congregation is much thankful for the wonderful support to their project,” Pastor Duncan Nyozani said from across the border in Malawi. The church at Milatu is part of Duncan’s Searchlight Ministries. Pastor James Namame of the church at Milatu appealed to Climbing For Christ to have a building constructed in March 2011. It was not God’s timing for us to build then — as much as we might have liked to. ... Read more »

The walls go up

Mission Moment: Mozambique (June 6) Pastor James Namame, left, with Pastor Duncan Nyozani in front of the church build in Milatu, Mozambique. (Photos provided by Pastor Duncan) It took less than one week from the time funding was received by Pastor Duncan Nyozani in Malawi, Africa until the walls had gone up on the church in Milatu, Mozambique. “It was a team of 15 builders and they have done the work in 5 days,” Duncan reported on June 1. “It is an excellent work.” A gift of US$1,500 from a U.S. member of Climbing For Christ in early May — in response to a ... Read more »

'...on this rock I build My Church'

Mission Moment: Mozambique (May 16) A Climbing For Christ member was moved by a May 5 E-Alert and gave US$1,500 toward the start of the church in Mozambique. “The African people have my heart,” our member wrote, “and I believe this is where God would have me give.” Pastor Duncan Nyozani Nsomba of the Malawi-based Searchlight Ministries, which has a church across the nearby border in Mozambique, was overjoyed to hear that his request for US$1,500 to start work on a new house of worship had been answered by the Lord. “I thank God for His wonderful prov... Read more »

God's time for Mozambique?

Mission Moment: Mozambique (May 5) The church in Mozambique. Pastor Duncan Nyozani of Climbing For Christ and the Malawi-based Searchlight Ministries went to visit their one church in Mozambique on Sunday, April 29. “They still need assistance to build their church,” he said. “They have made many bricks, but lack funds to start building. “They have a good place (to build) — enough (space) for several structures.” Pastor Duncan requested we pray for God's provision of US$1,500 to begin this building project — “to buy cement and ... Read more »

Building the Church

Mission Moment: Mozambique (April 25) Climbing For Christ has been blessed to build one church in Central Nepal and is working on a second church in Nepal's Mid-West District; three churches are built in Haiti and we have another church under construction in the Haitian community in Jimani, Dominican Republic. We are praying about the possibility of building a church in Chalhua, Peru as part of Mission: Peru 2012 in July. We also have an opportunity to build a church in Mozambique. Here are the details: It is estimated to cost US$9,500 to finish this church in Mozambique... Read more »

Praise Report: answering crisis in Malawi (Monday, April 9)

Feeding the orphans. When Climbing For Christ member Louis-Olivier Petelle saw our “E-Alert: Crisis in Malawi” (see next item), he responded. And, thanks to God, he was not the only one. “It breaks my heart to hear that,” Louis-Olivier said about the economic woes being experienced by our Project 1:27 orphanage. “I hope this money will help serve Dixson (his sponsored child), but also the pastor and the rest of the kids. I pray for their protection.” Seven other members and friends of His ministry also contributed to this urgent cause and ... Read more »

Crisis in Malawi (Wednesday, March 28)

Junio Kapito, one of our sponsored orphans,  eating during a Climbing For Christ visit in 2011. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) Anti-government protesters burned a police station in the capital of Malawi on March 19 as fear and tension have grown in the wake of the suspension of international aid to that impoverished African nation. Activists have called on President Bingu wa Mutharika to account for his personal wealth, to explain the chronic shortages of food and currency, and to restore diplomatic ties with Great Britain. Britain, the United States and the International Monetary Fund ... Read more »

'For I was hungry'

Feeding a small orphanage in Malawi, Africa Orphans from the Far & Wide Children's Home near Migowi, Malawi enjoying food God provided through Climbing For Christ. The e-mail, marked urgent, came from a brother in Christ and included a plea for help. It was a Sunday night in Malawi, Africa. “I am writing this night because one hour ago a thief came and broke the room where we keep food for the orphans, and he has robbed all the foods that were there,” Pastor Duncan Nyozani of Searchlight Orphan Care wrote on Oct. 25, 2009. “There is nothing left for the orphans.&rdquo... Read more »

Country: Malawi

Location: East and Southern Africa, between Tanzania, Zambia, and Mozambique. Area: 118,480 square kilometers (slightly smaller than the state of Pennsylvania). Terrain: Narrow elongated plateau with rolling plains, rounded hills, and some mountains (specifically Mulanje Mountains). Highest point: Sapitwa on Mount Mlanje (9,845 feet/3001 meters). Population: 14,268,711. There are 31 people groups in Malawi, four of which are unreached. Life expectancy: 43.82 years. Largest people groups: Nyanja, Chewa; Nyanja, Southern; Yao, Ajao; Tumbuka, Phoka; Ngoni; Sena, Malawi; Lomwe, Nguru. Rel... Read more »
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