Adrianne on knife ridge to Gray’s and Torrey’s in Colorado.
Nationality: American. Occupation: Government worker. Missions with C4C: Morocco 2015 and Nepal 2012.
How long have you climbed? About 13 years – since I’ve known Chris (her husband). Type of climbing you do: Hik...
Climbing For Christ was invited to North Africa in 2013 by a C4C member who was working with the unreached. There was a huge need for short-term teams willing to put on a backpack and trek into hard-to-reach places. It was made for us!
PRAY: For the Berber people, who were Christians until Ar...
Brandy Everts on Mission: Possible 6, walking with a child in that restricted country.
Nationality: Canadian. Occupation: Coordinator of Climbing for Christ Canada and greenhouse horticulturist. Missions with Climbing For Christ: Haiti 2013; Morocco 2013; Nepal 2012 (twice) and 2014; Nigeria 20...
Michael Heitland, left, on the summit of Kilimanjaro in 2011.
Nationality: American. Occupation: Director of Equipping Saints For Ministry (ES4M). Missions with C4C: Kilimanjaro 2011 & 2013, Morocco 2013, Nigeria 2011, and Nepal 2012 and 2013.
How long have you climbed? About 10 years. Type of c...
By Gary Fallesen
President, Climbing For Christ
“The way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few” (Matthew 7:14). More workers are needed to deliver the Good News on trails like these in the High Atlas Mountains.
Thursday, April 25
Brandy Everts and I have re...
Rather than calling themselves “Berbers,” they refer to themselves by the name of their particular subgroup. The Berbers also call themselves the “Imazighen,” which means “man of noble origin.”
Prior to the 7th century, the Berbers had successfully resisted for...
Throughout most of the past thousand years, Morocco has been ruled by a series of dynasties. The most recent, known as the Alaouite dynasty, dates back to the 1600s. Today, the Kingdom of Morocco is what’s known as a constitutional monarchy. This was established in 1957 by Sultan Mohammed V, a...
Photos from Morocco.
Click the link below to download the Morocco Dossier for 2013.
Date: April 2013. Length of trip: 10-12 days. Team size: 2-4 members.
Purpose: Trek deep into the High Atlas mountains and meet the Berber people living there.
Cost: Estimated at US$500 plus airfare to/from Morocco.
To apply: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request a mission application.