Jordan Rowley, Climbing For Christ spiritual coordinator.
It was the most difficult decision I’d made in my entire life – and that’s no exaggeration. A year and a half ago I stepped away from a ministry I’d lovingly labored with for nearly five years. Describing my relationship with Climbing For Christ, I have always been quick to say that when I became a member back in 2008, not only did I become a part of C4C, but C4C became a part of me. I loved reaching out to people in need and ministering alongside Gary Fallesen and so many other beloved brothers and sisters. Th... Read more »
By Gary Fallesen
Founding President, Climbing For Christ
I know the power of the encouragement that is delivered by us being sent to walk alongside our brothers and sisters in their own nations. The blessing they receive from us GO-ing is priceless. Never mind the eternal value placed on those who receive HIM through our being sent.
Megh Gurung, Gary Fallesen, Tej Rokka and Dave Stoessel trekking in Langtang on Mission: Nepal 2012. (Photo by Brandy Everts)
Pastor Tej Rokka told me when we were trekking together in Nepal a few years ago that he is immeasurably bolder when we are with him... Read more »
Elaine with our Project 1:27-sponsored children in Malawi, Africa in 2014.
I’ve lived and breathed Climbing For Christ for so long now that I can’t remember what life was like before it came into being. Never in my wildest Mefloquine-induced dreams could I have imagined a decade ago where this “hobby” of my husband Gary would take us.
If you’d told me 10 years ago that through this unique Christ-centered ministry I would become close friends with fellow believers living in high-altitude regions of the world … and that I would raise money to build ... Read more »
Brandy (Everts) Fisher sharing on Mission: Possible 3 in 2009.
I am so excited to be a part of Climbing For Christ (C4C)! It is humbling to know that I have the privilege to play a little part in the enormous picture of all God has in store for C4C in Canada and worldwide. May He be glorified in our every step as we move ahead in what God has marked out for us.
I first heard about C4C in 2009 when a friend from my church and member of C4C, Aaron Hemphill, was going on Mission: Possible 3. I was very intrigued, which then led to Aaron encouraging me to become a member and applying for the E... Read more »