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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 2021

The work goes on

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What God started through Climbing For Christ from 2005 until 2014 has been restarted by a New Generation of workers.

Mission: Haiti 2014

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PRAY: Against spiritual opposition and human nature in Haiti. “I am fighting with two wrong habits between the Haitian churches: the voodoo and the interest in the money,” missionary Miguel Rubén Guante said. Lift the work Climbing For Christ does in the Chaine de la Selle range. ...
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Mission Moments: Haiti

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New believers celebrate in Mare Pitre Meet our new sister and brothers in Christ: Onie Jean, Meridroine Merissaint and Bocicot Wilson (photographed above, left to right). Haitian missionary Miguel Rubén Guante said “those three people repented (because of) the work of Christ in the l...

Mission Moments: Haiti

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Life and death in Mare Pitre By Gary Fallesen Climbing For Christ A week before CHRISTmas last year, Miguel Rubén Guante bought a pair of sandals for an old woman in Mare Pitre, Haiti. She was in need. Only a few months earlier, Miguel had visited Mare Pitre for the first time to evange...

Mission: Haiti 2013

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Date: Jan. 19-31. Length of trip: 12-14 days. Team size: 6-7 members. Purpose: This will be our 11th short-term trip to Haiti. This is the oldest mission of Climbing For Christ, dating back to 2005. Among the goals for this team will be… To continue ongoing work in all areas: spiritua...

Mission Moments: C4C Dominican leader mourns loss

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Domingo DePene with his wife, Magnolia, far right. Also in the photo is Carmen (second from left), a Haitian woman C4C rescued and helped medically. Domingo and Magnolia assisted. (Photo by Miguel Rubén Guante) Magnolia DePene, the wife of C4C Dominican Republic officer Domingo DePene, die...

Mission Moment: Haiti

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Hope for a Haitian village Story by Gary Fallesen Photos by Miguel Rubén Guante Climbing For Christ (Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013) It appeared to be just a truckload of lumber at first glance. But to a church in Haiti it looked like the hope of a building. Missionary Miguel Rubén...

Mission Moment: Haiti

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Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013 – “Blessed be the name of God,” Haitian missionary Miguel Rubén Guante said after conducting the Monte Pou Kris (Climbing For Christ) monthly seminary in Thoman. The subject this month was the role of pastors and church leaders, prepared by C4C spirit...

A day in the life of ministry

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Monday, Aug. 19, 2013 (Photo from missionary Miguel Rubén Guante) HAITI: It was the first day of classes for about 50 students attending the Monte Pou Kris (Climbing For Christ in Haitian Creole) school in the Dominican border town of Jimani. Because of budget cuts, C4C is supporting only...

Mission Moments: Haiti (July 10-11)

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UPDATE (July 11): “Praise the Lord that we had not damage in Haiti,” Climbing For Christ missionary Miguel Rubén Guante said Thursday after receiving reports from brother Milus in Thoman. Miguel confirmed those observations, saying: “This looks true because the River of Soli...

Mission Moment: Haiti (June 12, 2013)

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‘There is nothing as food’ in Haiti Durisma, the school teacher who first invited Climbing For Christ to Malasi, fainted from hunger during our monthly seminary on May 25. When missionary Miguel Rubén Guante visited some of the C4C villages in Haiti over the weekend to discuss pr...
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