Tropical Cyclone Freddy’s updates
Tropical Cyclone Freddy devastated an already reeling – constantly hurting – southern Malawi, where Kingdom worker Damson Samson and ministry partner Pastor Duncan Nyozani live. This is one of the poorest parts of one of the world’s poorest nations. Hunger is an almost constant companion. Now thousands are homeless, and hundreds are dead and missing after days of rain and floods.
On Feb. 6, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck southeastern Turkey in the pre-dawn hours. Parts of Turkey and Syria were devastated. Loss of life was enormous. We are praying for the people there, especially those who are part of the Climbing For Christ family. We will post updates here.
Food for the soul
Madness in Migowi
A violent mob attacks ministry partner Pastor Duncan Nyozani's home in southern Malawi, looting and destroying everything on his property. Were they looking for someone or something?
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.
Answering the call
Paul wrote in his letter to the Ephesians, “For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago” (Ephesians 2:10). God has planned for guides and porters in Climbing For Christ’s Kilimanjaro Chapter to reach people with the Good News. People in their families, their communities, and in their path on Mount Kilimanjaro.
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.
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.
From porters to pastors
Our first quarterly training in 2022 of the Kilimanjaro Chapter resulted in highlights such as the conclusion of the advanced DMD study of our original class of 28 guides and porters, the continuation of training for the second class of 35 guides and porters, the leading of a half-dozen people to a relationship with Jesus during home visits, the restoration of some marriages and families, and healings for some enduring illness and bondage to sin.