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The spectacular 22,205-foot (6,768-meter) Huascaran Norte in the Cordillera Blanca. (Photo by Gabe Colburn, C4C) Many powerful civilizations once called ancient Peru their home. One of the more prominent peoples in history to occupy this land were the Incas. However, in spite of thier stature...


Mission: Peru 2024

Backpacks full of Jesus’s love

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Climbing For Christ’s ninth expedition in the Peruvian Andes is scheduled for June 16 to July 2. This will be a 10-day trek in the imposing and impressive Huayhuash range.

Mission: Peru 2023

Delivering Good News to distant and forgotten people

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We are returning to the scene of the climb, a trek in the northern reaches of the Cordillera Blanca we visited in 2015. We had planned to GO there in 2022, but that was not God's plan (Proverbs 16:9). Mission: Peru 2022 was rescheduled for 2023 because of serious illnesses in the family of our national worker.


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Mission: Peru 2020

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Witnesses Sponsored climber Edwin Milla, left, and our late missionary to Peru, Jaime Servat, during Climbing For Christ’s Mission: Peru 2015 in the Cordillera Blanca. (Photos by Jordan Rowley) On August 8, 2019, Climbing For Christ’s faithful and beloved missionary to Peru, Jaime Se...

In Memorium: Jaime Servat

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Good and faithful Servat By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Jaime giving a Bible to a schoolgirl in Chalhua, the Cordillera Blanca village where Climbing For Christ built a church. Jaime Servat dreamed of big mountains. He envisioned GO-ing to those mountain...

Mission Moments: Peru

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Walking in newness of life By Jordan Rowley Sharing the Gospel in the mountainous places of the world comes with its fair share of challenges. The blessings, however, far outweigh the burdens. One of the greatest joys of mission work is seeing lives radically changed for the better –...

Mission Moments: Peru

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The ‘path of the just’ in the Andes of Peru By Jordan Rowley “The path of the just is like the shining sun, that shines ever brighter unto the perfect day,” says Proverbs 4:18. And beautiful are the feet of the ones who walk that path – to share the ...

Dispatches: Peru 2018

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Mission: Peru 2018 By Jordan Rowley Thursday, Aug. 16 After hours on the road and in the air (along with a delay out of Lima for Aurora, Ava, Lexi, Mike and Rachel), each of our Mission: Peru 2018 team members have arrived safely at their respective ho...

Mission: Peru 2018 Prayer Bulletin

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Please stand with us in prayer for this Evangelic Expedition from Aug. 3-16. Learn more by opening the document below. Share it with other prayer warriors. Thanks in advance for interceding on our behalf. Pray on!

Mission Moments: Peru

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Converting the soul By Jordan Rowley The path to Paño. (Photos by Jaime Servat) “The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul,” Climbing For Christ’s missionary to Peru, Jaime Servat, concluded in his latest report, in reference to Psalm 19:7. Jaime...

Mission Moments: Peru

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Encouragement that goes a long way By Jordan Rowley The demands and trials of life often push us to the point of flatlining – mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. This is especially true when your life is that of a rural mountain farmer in the Peruvian Andes, working h...

Climb Peru with Edwin Milla

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Edwin Milla’s many ascents include the wicked face of Huandoy Sur, which was first climbed by his father Faustino with the Italian legend Renato Casarotto. (Photo by Gary Fallesen, Mission: Peru 2011) Guiding for God’s glory Meet Edwin Milla Chinchay Edwin Milla has served with...

Mission Moments: Ecuador and Colombia

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Together, we can win more souls By Jordan Rowley Sometimes things simply appear to be impossible. There just doesn’t seem to be a way forward. Perhaps Climbing For Christ’s missionary to Peru, Jaime Servat, experienced some of those feelings himself as he spent the past few years endur...