Seeing the Light
Quarterly DMD training goes on with the Kilimanjaro Chapter guides and porters despite an outbreak of the omicron variant of COVID-19. Fear not; teach on! Kingdom worker Damson Samson of Malawi continues to teach disciple making and church planting to 63 members in Tanzania.
CHRISTmas gift for Ghapa
A church plant in Mid-Western Nepal outgrows its house and builds a house of worship.
Training hits home for Kilimanjaro guides and porters
Sixty-three guides and porters in Climbing For Christ's Kilimanjaro Chapter study evangelism strategy and effective discipleship, while showing the impact they are having on their community and clients coming to Tanzania to climb thanks to DMD training.
Medical mission: Visible to God
Climbing For Christ’s New Generation (Haiti) conducted a medical mission to the mountain villages of Kalimet and Majon. “People were very happy to receive our work teams. They came in large numbers to wait for us. Everyone considered our presence there a miracle.” Most had never seen a doctor. Those who had told horror stories.
Oh, the places you’ll GO!
Gary Fallesen commemorates 25 years of mountaineering by climbing for a cause.
Building another house of worship in Nepal
Ghapa would be the seventh church Climbing For Christ has helped build in Nepal in 10 years.
Ascending into chaos
Haiti is synonymous with crisis. Lawlessness (kidnapping, carjacking, armed robbery, gang violence), a dysfunctional government, civil unrest, fuel and food shortages, and rampant COVID-19 already had Haiti tagged “Level 4: Do Not Travel” for outsiders and was a hellhole for its population of 11-million-plus. Chaos would be a step up in Haiti. But our work goes on.
Raising relief funds for those hurting
Climbing For Christ has distributed more than $74,000 in COVID-19 relief. The need for more relief is again growing. A Climbing For Christ member has offered to match up to $20,000 in donations to COVID relief!
A loo with a view
Toilet, water closet, baño, loo, squatty, privy, latrine. Everyone needs a place to “go,” and too often in the mountains of Haiti that place is wherever you happen to be when so moved. Imagine schools in four villages with more than 400 students and no bathroom facilities. Messy. Not any more, thanks to latrines built by C4C's New Generation.
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.