HAITI

Climbing For Christ

TAKING THE GOSPEL TO MOUNTAINOUS AREAS OF THE WORLD WHERE OTHER MISSIONARIES CANNOT OR WILL NOT GO

Hispaniola: Haiti and the Dominican Republic

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Hispaniola is an island in the Caribbean that is shared by two countries: the Afro-Caribbean Haiti to the west and the Hispanic Dominican Republic to the east. This is where Christopher Columbus landed in 1492 — “discovering” America. When Columbus arrived, the island was in...

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Mission: Haiti 2024

Lighting the way for children to learn

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Climbing For Christ continues its prayer and financial support for the work in Haiti, especially for the schools in Majon, Morne des Commissaires, and Kalimet, as well as ministry carried out by C4C’s New Generation.

Mission: Haiti 2023

From jaws of death to hands and feet of Christ

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MISSION: HAITI 2023 is not a short-term mission. Climbing For Christ’s New Generation, a group of about 35 young Haitians, have continued the ministry started by Climbing For Christ from 2005 to 2013.

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Friday, Nov. 18

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Miguel testing children in Jimani, DR. Missionary Miguel Rubén Guante visited the Haitian school in the Dominican border town of Jimani, where he lives, to observe the teachers he’s been training and to test the children. “The children are going well,” he said. ...

Sunday, Nov. 13

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The Haitian church in the Dominican border town of Jimani had 86 people worship today. This body of believers gathered on the building site of the Monte Pou Kris church to “pray and ask God to remember them,” said missionary Miguel Rubén Guante, who lives in Jimani. Mig...

Sunday, Nov. 6

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Singing to Christ joyfully in Thoman. Miguel visited the church at Thoman as a follow-up to the October seminary. He is beginning to encourage believers “to share with the peoples of Thoman the love of Christ and to make a call to them to search (for) Christ and run far away the hel...

Monday, Oct. 31

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Seminary meeting in Thoman. Missionary Miguel Rubén Guante presented a teaching on hell to nine pastors and eight church leaders attending our monthly seminary Saturday in Thoman. The lesson was written by Climbing For Christ spiritual coordinator Jordan Rowley, who is based in Roc...

Wednesday, Oct. 19

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Students in Malasi — many dressed in uniforms that have worn well for three years. Missionary Miguel visited Malasi, hiking about three miles from Piret to visit the Monte Pou Kris church and school. “There everything is going well,” he said. “The church, the peopl...

Friday, Oct. 14

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The first week of school ended in the Monte Pou Kris schools in Gentilhomme, Malasi and Thoman. Eighty-two students were in attendance (25 in Gentilhomme, 27 in Malasi and 30 in Thoman). “The low attendance is caused by families (who) could not purchase (supplies) for the children,” miss...

Friday, Sept. 30

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It was a “double birthday” celebration for Gilbert on Thursday. He turned 18 and it has been four years since his “resurrection” (as missionary Miguel calls it) from the death bed. Gilbert (in missionary Miguel's house) with support money he receives each month from Cl...

Wednesday, Sept. 28

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The church at Thoman celebrated the first anniversary of the Monte Pou Kris (Climbing For Christ) building on Saturday, Sept. 24 with worship, baptism, the monthly seminary, and a wedding. It was a big day full of rejoicing in Thoman. Or, as missionary Miguel said, “a long day working in God&r...

Sunday, Sept. 11

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“How are you on the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Center destruction?” missionary Miguel Rubén Guante asked. “God is taking care of the powered country? Give thanks to Him for that. The C4C churches are praying for the USA today. Jimani made a special prayer.” ...

Tuesday, Sept. 6

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Schools are re-opening in Haiti, including the Haitian school in the Dominican border town of Jimani (above). Missionary Miguel reported 26 children in school today (14 in kindergarten, eight in the first-year class, and four in second year). “We are supposed to have around 60 children,&rd...
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