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Mission: Nepal 2018

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Mission: Ararat 2018

Dreaming and envisioning Christianity in Turkey Ali was born in Turke... Read more »

Pakistan 2018

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Letter on Invitation

Pastor Tej, left, with Kyle Austin. Pastor Tej B. Rokka of the SARA Church on the Rock writes to fellow Climbing For Christ members: “I invite you all to come to Nepal any time God opens doors for you. Our church is on the mission to preach the Gospel and make disciples to do the same where there is no church and where there is no easy access. “I am pleased and thankful to God for connecting me with brother Gary and Climbing For Christ through brother Kyle Austin, who used to attend my church while he was in Nepal. Nepal is mountainous country, including all top mountains ... Read more »

Kham in the Storm

Tibetan Buddhism a way of life, but not The Way Faster than you can say the greeting, “Tah-shi de-leh,” the Tibetan wants to know if you have met the Dalai Lama. When you have come from the outside world, where their beloved Dalai Lama lives in exile, you are greeted with questions. Forget the language barrier. Curiosity finds a way to communicate. “Have you seen him?” “The people would die for the Dalai Lama,” says our Tibetan translator, who is a Christian. “It is very serious to them.” The Dalai Lama’s photograph adorns the p... Read more »

Mission: Possible 6

Ministry for the bold and adventurous! Go where people have never heard the name of Jesus. We are returning to a place we have visited on two previous Evangelic Expeditions and where our “m” now works to continue building relationships. “I have shared some more of the Gospel and explained the (discipleship) guide (we have developed in their native language),” our “m” said after visiting one of our semi-nomadic friends. “It was a nice talk and he is interested, but still have some more distance to trust. He welcomed you to visit again.” When... Read more »

Church Build in Dapcha

Pastor Tej visiting the site of a future church build in central Nepal. Climbing For Christ wired money to Pastor Tej B. Rokka in Nepal on Monday, Oct. 26, 2009 for the purchase of land (photo above) in the mountain village of Dapcha, where a church will be constructed in 2011. There is a population of about 30,000 people in this area and this will be the first Christian church. Pastor Tej's SARA church in Katmandu had raised US$900 to buy land, but still needed US$4,100. “We are praying to buy this land and build a church,” Pastor Tej said in early September 2009. Climbing... Read more »

Country: Nepal

Sun rising behind Mount Everest, left, with Nuptse to the right. (Photo by Jim Nowlin, Mission: Nepal 2008) Location: Southern Asia between China and India. Area: 147,181 square kilometers (slightly larger than Arkansas). Terrain: Central hill region and Himalayan mountains in the north. Highest point: Mount Everest (8850 meters). Population: 28.5 million (July 2009 estimate). Life expectancy: 65.46 years. Katmandu. (Photo by Jim Nowlin, Mission: Nepal 2008) Government: Nepal is a federal democratic republic. The country has been independent since 1768. Katmandu is the nation's ca... Read more »

Serving a patient God in Nepal

I went into Mission: Nepal in May 2009 acknowledging that its success was in God’s hands. But my conviction of this was tested throughout the journey as God continued to teach me to have faith in and reliance on Him. He also challenged me to increase my patience while waiting for the humans required to do the ministry. I realized that these lessons were probably part of God’s agenda for me about a week into the trip. I was waiting for a landlady who had changed a lock on us, when we were trying to deliver a huge (and heavy) water filter in Kathmandu. She told us – and o... Read more »

Special Report: Sky Burial - Dancing with Death

Special Report: Sky Burial - Dancing with DeathThe Hollywood-ization of Buddhism would have you believe that it is a religion of peace, love and virtues, caring for the earth and the creatures in it. “Buddhists look to a smiling Buddha seated on a lotus blossom, while Christians worship a suffering Jesus nailed to a cross,” one Christian analyst wrote. But the dark side of Buddhism is found in its temples and monasteries, and in its sacred paintings, symbols, and ceremonies. Many have never seen these ominous signs, while others (such as 386 million Buddhists in the world) have been blinded to the lies. In a temple in Chi... Read more »


People: Kham Tibetan (also known as Eastern, Northern and Western Khampa). Location: Kham Tibetans are spread among four Chinese provinces. As many Kham are thought to live in the Sichuan, Qinghai and Yunnan as in the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR). There is a large concentration of Kham people in the western Sichuan, living as far east as the city of Kangding. Population: There are more than 1.5 million Khampa with the Eastern Khampa forming the largest sub-group (1.2 million). The Kham are the largest of the three major Tibetan people groups (the other two groups are Am... Read more »
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