Climbing For Christ

TAKING THE GOSPEL TO MOUNTAINOUS AREAS OF THE WORLD WHERE OTHER MISSIONARIES CANNOT OR WILL NOT GO

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Gary Fallesen

Saturday, May 14

The Evangelic Expedition began in earnest when Jordan shared with and prayed for the salvation of two boys in Cajapampa, a village sitting a few kilometers from and a little higher than Musho. Juan then convicted a “grandma” with a self-proclaimed hardened heart and led her in prayer to Jesus.

Juan, right, prays for a man with Jordan.

Juan next led an older man to the Lord. At the same time, Jesse was leading a woman to Jesus. Numerous children were prayed for and finally a man prayed for salvation with Jaime and the rest of the group near the end of a day-long trek through Cajapampa, a village of more than 1,800 people situated beneath the breathtaking Nevado Huascaran.

Huascaran.

Along the way we were invited into a house church that requested our assistance. We prayed about their desire to find land and build a church, knowing if it is God's dream for them it will happen in His perfect time.

Our fears that we’d been invited to a dinner of guinea pig were confirmed on our way to another evening gathering of the local church. We sang praises with more than three dozen members this time. We had much to give thanks for again this day as God blessed us with the honor of serving as His hands and feet to deliver the Gospel.

We left the church with the message: “the harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.” They have work to do. Based on what we found, the soil here is fertile. We encouraged them to get out and bring in the harvest for the Lord. The work continues — for us and the rest of the body of Christ.
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