Tanzania, Haiti, and Turkey – March-April 2021
Kingdom workers in Tanzania, Haiti, and Turkey are carrying out God's work on trips in late March-early April 2021.
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.
Nationality: USA. Occupation: Retired arborist. Missions with C4C: Nepal 2012 and 2014, and Peru 2021.
How long have you climbed? My first true experience was during Mission: Nepal 2012. Type of climbing you do: Mostly hiking. Highlight of climbing career: Mission: Nepal 2012 and 2014.
Nationality: U.S. citizen. Occupation: IT consultant. Missions with C4C: Turkey 2021. How long have you climbed? 30 years. Type of climbing you do: More like hiking than climbing. Class 2 Colorado 14ers; I’ve done a few Class 3 peaks in the past. Highlight of climbing career: Hiking the Middle Teton in Wyoming with some of our kids.
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.
Project Prayer 2021
We are starting February with a short prayer series focusing on countries on the World Watch List in which Climbing For Christ serves – Pakistan (at No. 5), India (No. 10), Turkey (No. 25), Nepal (No. 34), and Indonesia (No. 47).
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.
Coming to America – again
Gilbert Lindor was rescued by God from the jaws of death in 2007 when Climbing For Christ sent us to find a young boy with a badly broken leg in the mountain village of Gentilhomme, Haiti. Gilbert lost his leg but found salvation in Jesus. Today, he is a young adult supported by C4C.
Pray for the 50 countries where it is most difficult to follow Jesus
The work goes on
What God started through Climbing For Christ from 2005 until 2014 has been restarted by a New Generation of workers.