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Population growth, increasing pressure on agricultural lands, corruption, and the spread of HIV/AIDS pose major problems for Malawi. This is an underdeveloped and impoverished country, one of the poorest in the world. Malawi has the sixth-lowest gross domestic product per person on the planet...


Mission: Malawi 2020

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Healing rain God is a Father to the fatherless and a defender of widows. He sets the prisoners free and gives them joy. He is a sender of His people, leading His workers to a sun-scorched land to proclaim His goodness. We have showered love on orphaned children and long-forgotten widows in Malawi,...

Mission: Malawi 2019

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Lifting eyes to the mountain Picture 19 students sitting in the dark on five chairs and two benches built for perhaps eight bottoms. They are squeezed together, but without complaint. Instead, they are enthusiastically answering questions about the Bible. “What do we learn about God?” ...

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Sponsor a Child

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Project 1:27 Malawi Climbing For Christ was introduced to the plight of what was then called Searchlight Orphan Care in Malawi, Africa on Oct. 25, 2009, when a thief broke into the orphanage and robbed all of the children’s food. Seven bags of maize, two bags of beans, five liters of cookin...

Dispatches: Malawi 2017

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Mission: Malawi 2017 By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Mission: Malawi 2017 team: (back row left to right) Elaine Fallesen of Rochester, NY, USA; Damson Samson of Kambona, Malawi; Dr. Steve Quakenbush of Canon City, CO; Pastor ...

Photo of the Week: Malawi

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Brick making from mud in the remote village of Singano. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) A survey of construction methods was the team’s assignment on our first full day on the job. We learned how the poorest of the poor turn mud into bricks and build houses that will last one year, and how others ...

Mission Moments: Malawi

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Reaching an unreached people group: ‘Yes, we can’ By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ The question arose at the 2016 Finishing the Task Conference, where we learned that the Ngoni people of Malawi were listed among the unreached. I asked Damson Samson, Climbing Fo...

Mission Moments: Malawi

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Warming widows with gesture of love By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Widows warming to new jackets. (Photos by Damson Samson) With winter on its way in Malawi, warm jackets were delivered to the widows served by Climbing For Christ’s Damson Samson. “We h...

Mark Erbelding

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Mark working on the annual Brian Kimble Memorial Habitat Day in Rochester, NY, USA. Nationality: American. Occupation: Engineer. Missions with C4C: Malawi 2017. How long have you climbed? Occasional hikes. Type of climbing you do: Recreational. Highlight of climbing career: Climbing one of t...

Mission Moments: Malawi

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God’s timing for a meeting such as this Mulanje Massif Chapter evangelism training in Malawi introduces many to Jesus A time of worship at the Mulanje Massif Chapter meeting. (Photos by Damson Samson) The Muslim man attending our Mulanje Massif Chapter training in southern Malawi con...

Mission Moments: Malawi

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Tears of gratitude and fear By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ The church at Msema dances for joy during food distribution on April 15. (Photos by Duncan Nyozani) When Pastor Duncan Nyozani told his church at Kambona that last Sunday’s distr...

David Smith

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Dave working the jackhammer on a Habitat for Humanity project in Rochester, NY. Nationality: USA. Occupation: Electrical engineer. Missions with C4C: Malawi 2017. How long have you climbed? 32 years. Type of climbing you do: Corporate (Just kidding!!). Highlight of climbing career: I have...

Mission Moments: Malawi

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Hunger, thieves, and a future harvest in Malawi Food continues to be distributed among our brothers and sisters in Pastor Duncan Nyozani’s churches in southern Malawi even as a long-awaited harvest of maize begins. As always it is a mixture of thanksgiving and pain. “Pe...