Praising Him in the storms
More homes built for Tropical Storm Ana victims even as another cyclone strikes southern Malawi causing widespread damage.
Fourteen widows received a new house in the aftermath of the devastating Tropical Storm Ana in southern Malawi in late January.
By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ
We will tell about “the amazing things He does” (1 Chronicles 16:24). His “glorious deeds” have included providing food and housing to widows in Malawi, setting free children who are slaves in brick factories in Pakistan, loving on orphans in Nepal, and more.
Dry lands to fertile mountain soil
The Kingdom of God has been expanded greatly on and around Mount Kilimanjaro. At first, “it was like a dry land where no hope was expected,” Damson Samson recalled. He met brothers in Christ who were going to church, “but not knowing the power of the Word.”
Now there is a disciple-making movement (DMM) occurring near Africa’s rooftop – and elsewhere in the Climbing For Christ world. Lives, communities, and churches have been transformed.
Drunkard to church planter
The goal of our disciples-making-disciples training given to guides and porters in the Mulanje Massif Chapter (Malawi) and the Kilimanjaro Chapter (Tanzania) is to make disciples who make disciples and plant churches. God is calling C4C members in Malawi to create living churches, and they are answering this call.
Song of the day is ‘thank you’
Seven hundred widows are fed - from the maize and flour used to make the staple of Malawi's collective diet to the bread of life.
Speaking for those who cannot
Speaking for those who cannot A word of thanks from Climbing For Christ’s Malawi-based Kingdom worker, Damson Samson, to all who generously bless us to bless others: “I hereby present to you the open letter to all C4C members around the globe. The main reason is to appreciate the...
Pandemic S.O.S. Responding to coronavirus around the Climbing For Christ world By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Friday, Oct. 30 The people of Kalmette receiving food. (Photo by C4CNG) The young members of Climbing For Christ’s New Generation (Haiti) a...
The care of God the Father
Food truck. (Photos by Damson Samson)
Another truckload of maize was delivered last week to the widows in Malawi. “Unspeakable joy” was the way Kingdom worker Damson Samson described the widows’ reaction to this gift.
Emily Patisi had not eate...
Widows in southern Malawi celebrate the gift of food from God through Climbing For Christ. (Photo by Damson Samson)
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