Our brother was going door to door in a Pakistani village, bringing the love of Christ to the people living there. Suddenly, two men appeared. They shook his hand. Then they showed him a pistol and told him, by name, “Your time is finished. Run wherever you can. But you must be killed.”
By Brandy Everts
C4C Canada coordinator
Brandy Everts with a young goat and the attention of many women in a village in Morocco. (Photo by Gary Fallesen)
Climbing For Christ is not about a job; it’s about Jesus.
C4C is about going to unreached areas of the world and sharing Jes...
Time is running out
We need supporters for our team. Cheer us on and cheer us up by donating to Team C4C, running in the George Eastman Photo Finish 5K on Saturday, Sept. 27 in Rochester, NY. CLICK HERE to go to our fundraising page.
“Do you not know that in a race all th...
C4C's Turning Point Trek
Whether you’re into climbing or not, come take a stroll in the park with us on Sunday, Aug. 24 at 1 p.m. to celebrate and support HIS ministry of Climbing For Christ. This easy and informal 3-mile “trek” will begin at the park and marina parking lot off Pe...
Story by Diane Sturmer
Photos by Gary Fallesen
We had an incredible morning starting out with prayer and a group photo. But we needed to take more than one group photo because our group was so big. More than 45 people showed up for our April Birdsong Trail hike. It was a record turnout for our ...
Heritage hike series kicks off on snowshoes
By Diane Sturmer
Eighteen of us from Heritage Christian Services and Climbing For Christ ventured out on the trails on Saturday, Feb. 15. The snow was perfect and the weather was cold, but not too cold. We picked out snowshoes and p...
The Western New York Chapter of C4C is partnering with Heritage Christian Services for the sixth straight year for a series of hikes with our friends who have some developmental disabilities. The events:
Feb. 15 – Snowshoe adventure, 10 a.m.-noon at Mendon Ponds Park.
April 19 &nda...
Please join us in lifting up the nation of Tanzania - especially those committed to working on or near Kilimanjaro.
Group photo at trailhead of Rocky Mountain.
A mountaintop of love
By Diane Sturmer
“Your love has given me great joy and encouragement, because you, brother, have refreshed the hearts of the Lord's people!” – Philemon 1:7 (NIV)
Our time on Rocky Mountain in New York's Adiro...
16th annual Prayer Peaks Day – Saturday, June 29, 2013
The goal of Prayer Peaks is to dispatch Christian climbers up the 54 Fourteeners of the Colorado Rockies on a common day and to intercede in prayer for the Christian Church in every state of the United States of America. If you can’...