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Mission: Nepal 2020

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Hope for women

Mission Moment (Friday, May 18, 2012) The work of Save Pakistan was focused on women this week as highlights included the graduation of 17 women from their Hope Sewing Center on Tuesday, May 15, and a special Mother's Day celebration on Sunday, May 13. Hope Sewing Center Graduation: “The literacy rate among women in the target community was very poor,” said Evangelist Haseeb, the founder and president of Save Pakistan. “The girls may never get the opportunity to go to school due to the poor socioeconomic status of the community. They were also expected to work in order ... Read more »

The Word for all

Mission Moment (Wednesday, May 16) We were blessed to wire US$750 to Evangelist Haseeb Masih of Save Pakistan Ministries as part of Project Living Word. Nearly 550 Bibles have been purchased for Pakistan to date. Here is Haseeb’s report from Pakistan: Evangelist Haseeb preaches from the Word before delivering Urdu Bibles. The Word of God should be in the hands of every human being living on the Earth. “Without the Bible,” evangelical leader John R.W. Stott once said, “world evangelization would not only be impossible, but actually inconceivable.” Save ... Read more »

Mission Moments: Nepal flashback

Here comes the Son   “I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture.” – John 10:9 (KJV) The village of Thuman in Langtang National Park is a Buddhist stronghold with a population of about 2,200 – none of whom are Christian. Our six-person Mission: Nepal 2012 team visited there on the third day of an evangelistic trek. We were greeted by a drumbeat emanating from a large Buddhist gompa (or monastery). Nearly two months later, Brandy Everts of Pincher Creek, Alberta, Canada was in worship. “I had ... Read more »

Delivering revival

Mission Moment (Tuesday, May 1, 2012) “I'm blessed to share that the Lord is always moving through Save Pakistan, to reach the unreached people with the Good News of Jesus Christ,” Evangelist Haseeb reported this week. The Save Pakistan team arranged a revival meeting in a village with Pastor Ishtiaq, Haseeb’s father, leading the gathering. “There were people unaware about the Word of God,” Haseeb said. Haseeb declares that meetings such as this one can “impact entire nations and break down demonic strongholds.” Amen. “Glory to the ... Read more »

Building the Rolpa church on the Rock

Mission Moment (Wednesday, April 25, 2012) “…and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it.” — Matthew 16:18 (NIV) Nepali Climbing For Christ member Megh Gurung spent five days in mid-April visiting the mountain village in the Mid-Western Nepal district of Rolpa, where His ministry is building another church by the grace of God. “I visited all the believers’ houses and prayed with them,” Megh reported.   He shares with us photos of members of the church breaking rocks (top) and beg... Read more »

Sharing His love on Valentine's Day

Mission Moment (Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012) “Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous or boastful or proud.” — 1 Corinthians 13:4 (NLT) Evangelist Haseeb Masih and Save Pakistan Ministries organized a Valentine's Day celebration on Tuesday, Feb. 14 for “orphans and vulnerable children. We gave them a rose bouquet and food packages. We know they were very happy getting their gifts. I am always very thankful to our King, Jesus Christ, for the incredible services of Save Pakistan.” Haseeb, his sister (Evangelist Permila), and their m... Read more »

Trip Report: Nepal

By Gary Fallesen Founding President, Climbing For Christ The drumbeat greeted us as we descended into the Tamang village of Thuman in Langtang National Park. “That’s foreboding,” I said. The repetitive (and, yes, annoying) pounding was coming from a large Buddhist gompa. It continued into the night in that Buddhist stronghold, where 2,200 lost souls worship a dead Buddha (and none follow the Living Christ) near the Chinese Tibetan border. A week later, halfway across Nepal, we arrived in the Mid-Western village of Korchabang long after dark. Again, a drum was the unwe... Read more »

More Good News

Mission Moment (Monday, Feb. 6, 2012)     Haseeb Masih, left, with Bibles purchased with funds provided by God through Climbing For Christ. Another 165 Bibles given Save Pakistan Ministries delivered Urdu Bibles on two more occasions in January: “We have distributed about 90 Bibles to the most needy people,” Save Pakistan founder Haseeb Masih reported on Jan. 23. “You know they were much joyful to get this priceless gift, which is immortal and also brings happiness and everlasting delight in our fruitless lives. It is the Light of this world. T... Read more »

DISPATCH: Saturday, Feb. 4

All of our team members returned to their respective homes in their respective countries this evening, officially ending this short-term mission. But the work goes on. The team gives thanks and sings praises to the Lord for His goodness and faithfulness.  Read more »

DISPATCH: Friday, Feb. 3

Our mission teams do daily devotionals together while in the field. These devos, which are prepared lovingly by spiritual coordinator Jordan Rowley, are a huge blessing to our teams. As this trip winds down, we spent Thursday evening discussing a devo that I wrote called “What’s in a name?” It is based on 2 Timothy 2:19 and the Tommy Walker song He Knows My Name. The point of the study is that we see and meet many people on an Evangelic Expedition. We learn many names. It is our prayer that we take these names and faces home with us. Their lives and ours should not be th... Read more »

DISPATCH: Thursday, Feb. 2

We began our goodbyes, saying “Jaimashi” (“Victory in Jesus”) to our brother Megh after a day of meetings, planning, prayer, and a final dinner as a team (back at the Higher Grounds coffee shop in Kathmandu). Megh, Tej, Brandy and I met to talk about this trip and the projects resulting from it. Brandy presented US$1,000 donated by her church, Crowsnest Community Christian Centre in Coleman, Alberta, Canada, to Megh for the construction of the church at Korchabang in the Mid-West district of Rolpa. This provision came from God as the church is expected to go over the o... Read more »

DISPATCH: Wednesday, Feb. 1

Brandy and Marissa had one more day of playing with the Project 1:27 orphans before the team reunited this evening in Kathmandu. “We played games with the kids. Tons of games,” Marissa said. “This was my favorite part of the trip.” Dave and I finished a 20-hour journey back from Rolpa in the Mid-West, exhausted from the hard driving. Our group, which included Megh, drove overnight out of Korchabang. We were delayed by a fender bender; an intoxicated driver turned too wide at an intersection and hit our rear quarter panel. This resulted in an hour-long debate ... Read more »

DISPATCH: Tuesday, Jan. 31

It was a blessed day in Korchabang as we participated in the baptism of seven new believers and shared with the church in fellowship. We gathered with about 35 Christ followers on the land where we pray an 18-by-18-foot house of God will be built before monsoon season in four months. The church will be a guiding light in this village on a hillside in the heart of the Mid-West district of Rolpa. Megh provided an hour-long instruction on baptism before we hiked a ways — descending more than 600 vertical feet — to a river where a pool had been dammed. Four men and three women were ba... Read more »

DISPATCH: Monday, Jan. 30

Dave and I endured a grueling 15½-hour drive bouncing around a shock-absorber-less vehicle from Kathmandu to Korchabang with Megh, Pastor Rajan from Tej's SARA ministry, and our Christian driver, Kem. The first 9 ½ hours were on one of the main paved roads going halfway across the country. The next 6 hours were on a twisting dirt road that climbed into the mountains in the Mid-Western district of Rolpa. While we were traveling, Brandy and Marissa were moving in for three days with the Climbing For Christ-sponsored orphans in Kathmandu. Read more »

DISPATCH: Sunday, Jan 29

It was a rest day for the team. This included a challenging cross-city journey to Higher Grounds, the Christian coffee shop and bakery beloved by those of us visiting Kathmandu from North America. Traffic was worst than the usual gridlock as protests continue over rising fuel prices. (Last week the city was shut down for one day by a strike over fuel prices.) Megh made the trip to Higher Grounds with us as we enjoyed our first real coffee since leaving home and some delicious sweets. It wasn’t all play and no work today, though. We met with Megh to go over our trip to the Rolpa dis... Read more »

DISPATCH: Saturday, Jan. 28

The team was recovering physically today from a vigorous first 10 days in Nepal. We worshiped with Pastor Tej’s SARA (Savior Alone Reaches Asians) central church in Kathmandu. In Nepal, worship is held on Saturday. I was honored to share the message, “Blessed to be a Blessing,” which was based on Genesis 12:1-3 and 1 Peter 2:9. I spoke about being sent here this time to encourage the church in Nepal, and I prayed for the congregation of about 200. I shared how Tej had prayed for 10 souls to be saved during our travels and how 10 people had come to know Jesus in Dapcha and Lan... Read more »

DISPATCH: Friday, Jan. 27

Mission: Nepal team at a Buddhist site at 9,600 feet during trek on Wednesday. Team members are (front row, left to right): Gary Fallesen, Dave Stoessel, Brandy Everts, (back row) Megh Gurung, Pastor Tej Rokka, and Marissa Gardiner. We completed our five-day Langtang trek with a short three-hour hike down about 900 vertical feet from Timure to Syaphrubesi, where we began on Monday. This ended a remarkable, God-ordained visit to the villages on the Tamang Heritage trail. In all, we covered about 45 miles with about 16,000 feet in vertical gain and descent. We believe nine souls came to Christ ... Read more »

DISPATCH: Thursday, Jan. 26

We took a prayer walk this morning around Thuman, asking God to break down the Buddhist stronghold. The Spirit touched Pastor Tej to return with a Nepali team and spend a week to make friends, grow relationships, and share the Gospel. We'll pray for this project. After walking the village, we trekked about four hours, descending more than 2,000 feet to Timure. From there we walked another hour on the so-called “Friendship Road” to the Chinese border, where soldiers closed a gate on the bridge leading into their country and tried to shoo us away. So much for friendship. Here, we pr... Read more »

DISPATCH: Wednesday, Jan. 25

Another day began for us with the blessed witnessing of three more souls saved by and for Jesus. Sonam Tamang, his wife Langgonz, and their 18-year-old daughter Dolma — the family running the guest house where we stayed in Tatopani — heard the Gospel and received Christ as Savior. Pastor Tej read for them from Romans 3:9-10, 3:23 and 6:23 and Mark 16:15-17. He then shared about Jesus and this precious family responded. It was the first of the 50 families living in Tatopani to desire Christ. After this amazing start to a new day we made the 1,800-vertical-foot ascent out of Tatopan... Read more »

DISPATCH: Tuesday, Jan. 24

What better way to start the day than with someone coming to the Lord? Nima, the man who gave his heart to Jesus on Monday night, came to see us for prayer before we trekked out of Gatlang. When we started to pray, the woman who runs the guest house, a Buddhist named Sarki Tamang, asked if she could join us. She declared that she too wanted Christ in her life. She was glowing. After this incredible surprise, we hit the trail. We descended 1,800 vertical feet from Gatlang, which was the birthplace of one of our Project 1:27 orphans (Chiring), to another village. From there we again climbed abo... Read more »

DISPATCH: Monday, Jan 23

When we left Syaphrubesi and immediately climbed a steep 2,250 vertical feet to begin our trek, we thought we were going where there were no Christians. But one — the only believer from Syaphrubesi — was walking with us. Chiring is one of our three porters. Then we passed a village and saw a church. Then later, when we arrived at our first day's destination, Gatlang, after 5 ½ hours of hiking, we discovered there were two small churches in this otherwise Buddhist village. Then we found out that a team of 45 Korean Christians had been here yesterday and delivered clothing to... Read more »

DISPATCH: Sunday, Jan. 22

We made the hard eight-hour bus ride north from Kathmandu up serpentine roads with certain-death dropoffs staring back from outside the window. Nepali passengers were puking around us. “It was the worst bus ride of my life,” Marissa said. But it was worth it when we reached the village of Syaphrubesi in Langtang National Park and prayed about the five-day trek God has for us. Megh, who was asked to plan a route in Langtang, said God directed him to the Tamang Heritage Trek. It is off the beaten tourist path and goes through many villages to the west of Langtang. We will see what do... Read more »

DISPATCH: Saturday, Jan. 21

Worshipers gathering at the church at Dapcha. We worshiped with the church at Dapcha and words fail to convey the Spirit-charged experiences of our team with more than 60 Nepali brothers and sisters in Christ. I was blessed to preach and shared how Jesus can not only change the life of one person and one family, in this case the rescued soul of Sumitra Pariyar, but how He can also use the healing of one to impact many around the world. As Dave told the congregation when he spoke, in a divinely inspired offering toward the end of my message, he is here in Nepal in part because of the video he... Read more »

DISPATCH: Friday, Jan. 20

Our hearts overflowed with joy when we saw the white steps ascending a hill to a church where a year ago we were using primitive tools to clear the land. The church at Dapcha is a thing of beauty. We were blessed to share with about 60 beautiful people inside at the SARA (Savior Alone Reaches Asians) Spiritual Revival Seminar. I talked about God’s love and sharing it with our enemies. Brandy addressed leadership and pursuing God’s dream for your life. And Pastor Tej talked about trusting God to receive healing and deliverance — after which the team prayed for all of the... Read more »

DISPATCH: Thursday, Jan. 19

The pyres burned along the banks of the Bagmati River in Kathmandu as the dead were cremated one after another. To the Hindus here, it is part of “samsara” — the ongoing cycle of rebirth (or reincarnation) that they must endure. The skulls of the dead are broken so memories can be released and will not be remembered in the next life, and the bodies are destroyed. Our team watched the ceremonies at the Pashupati Temple, which is one of the world’s most significant Hindu temples of the Lord Shiva. Shiva, the destroyer god, is one the more than 330 million gods and g... Read more »
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