The royal priesthood of guides and porters
Kingdom worker Damson Samson shared with Kilimanjaro Chapter guides and porters about the overarching theme of Climbing For Christ: to reach the unreached, and to equip, encourage, and empower disciples to make more disciples of Jesus.
‘Blinded by the devil’
Himachal Pradesh, a northern Indian state in the western Himalayas, has many spiritual strongholds. “Himachal Pradesh needs Jesus as its Savior,” our ministry partner says. “We are praying for it.”
Where HIS name is unknown
The apostle Paul’s ambition was always to preach the Good News where the name of Christ had never been heard, rather than where a church has already been started by someone else (Romans 15:20). Climbing For Christ shares a similar passion and vision. Mission: 2022-2023 continues our primary purpose to GO where others cannot or will not.
Discovering the Bible
Climbing For Christ has come a long way from its birth by God in the heart of Gary Fallesen before a Kilimanjaro climb in 1998. Guides and porters do more than work on Mount Kilimanjaro now. They are disciples being taught to make disciples and plant churches in East Africa. We are celebrating the 25th anniversary of Gary’s first climb and teaching Kilimanjaro Chapter members more about “Discovering the Bible.”
Delivering Good News to distant and forgotten people
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.
Sponsor a child
Sponsor a Nepali child There are about three dozen children cared for outside of Kathmandu by Nepali partner ministry SARA. We support SARA and these children through Project 1:27, which is based on James 1:27 (“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look a...
Speed of sound
Bad news travels fast. Mass shootings in America are heard about in remote villages on the other side of the world. Plane crashes in remote reaches are learned about – and stressed about – soon after they happen. If only the Good News could travel as quickly.
Mission: Nepal 2022
Scheduled May 17-June 8. Check back for daily updates.
Suspension (or hanging) bridges are everywhere in Nepal. It’s the only way across deep ravines and raging rivers. For some, a suspension bridge can be intimidating, even a little scary. For others, it is simply the route that God wants us to take.
30 Days of prayer for the persecuted and the persecutors in the Muslim world
Ramadan, one of the Five Pillars of Islam, is the holy month of prayer, fasting, and reflecting on God. It begins at sundown April 2 and continues until sunset on May 1. We are going to pray our way through this month for Climbing For Christ members living and working in persecuted Muslim countries. But we’re also going to pray for those who persecute our brothers and sisters in Christ.