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Pandemic S.O.S. Responding to coronavirus around the Climbing For Christ world By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Thursday, May 21 Nepal has been locked down since March 24, but now parts of Kathmandu are being “sealed completely” in an attempt to halt the spread of coronavirus. Nepal ranks relatively low globally (130th) for cases (453) and deaths (three), but the government continues to shut down the country. “Everybody said your team distributed food for the needy people on time,” said Megh Gurung, Climbing For Christ’s K...
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Photo of the Week: Malawi A widow in southern Malawi uses her gift from Climbing For Christ – a 10-liter water bucket – so her grandchildren can wash their hands. (Photo by Damson Samson) CLICK HERE for this Mission Moments: Malawi story, “Wash your hands – if you can.”
Mission Moments: Malawi Wash your hands – if you can By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ A widow in southern Malawi uses her gift from Climbing For Christ – a 10-liter water bucket – so her grandchildren can wash their hands. (Photos by Damson Samson) Damson Samson visited dozens of widows in numerous villages when he reached Mrs. Sukusula’s house after dark. “I went into her house and she was sleeping right on the blanket (on the dirt floor),” Damson said. “I told her to use the mat.” Damson was delivering sleeping mats and mosqui...
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Calm before coronavirus By Gary Fallesen Founding president, Climbing For Christ Our celebration with more than 450 widows on March 20 would not have been permitted three days later, when Malawi’s president declared a coronavirus national disaster. The specter of coronavirus hung over us in Malawi, but God allowed us to do all that He sent us to do from March 14 to 21: preaching, teaching disciple-making to guides and porters in our Mulanje Massif Chapter, holding medical clinics, and lovingly instructing and celebrating orphans and widows supported by Climbing For Christ’s ...
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New roofs over their heads Lydia Namonde, above, and Inesi Chisteko, below, give praise and thanks to God for new houses. (Photos by Damson Samson) Inesi Chisteko’s late husband was a farmer and he was able to harvest more than the next guy, but she told our Damson Samson “they couldn’t build a home such as this. This is where she sees the hand of God at work.” God worked first on the hearts of Mission: Malawi 2020 team members Dr. Steve Quakenbush and Laura Copper, a father and daughter from Canon City, CO, who were inspired to offer funds given to them ...
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Mission: Malawi 2020 By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Sunday, March 22 Our Malawi team (left to right): Gary, Elaine, Laura, and Steve – wearing some of the gifts from widows at the widows’ celebration Friday. (Photos by Damson Samson) God’s timing is perfect. We did everything we were sent to do in Malawi – preached, taught guides and porters as well as orphans, visited and celebrated with widows, and encouraged our workers and ministry friends – and then we returned to the United States uneventfully. We returned hom...
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Photo of the Week: Malawi Climbing For Christ’s Damson Samson, right, leads our Mulanje Massif Chapter members in prayer after they sang and danced around the room to the song “Jesus is coming around the corner” during a time of worship. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) Climbing For Christ continues to serve the spiritual and physical needs in southern Malawi through disciples-making-disciples training of guides and porters in the Mulanje Massif Chapter, medical clinics, and time with widows and orphans. CLICK HERE to read this week’s daily Dispatches from Mission: Malawi 2020.
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Photo of the Week: Malawi There is a saying in Malawi: “God can’t sleep.” Psalm 121:4 tells us God “never slumbers or sleeps.” The hunger situation in Malawi remains “critical.” For the second time in as many months, Kingdom worker Damson Samson delivered maize purchased with funding provided through Climbing For Christ. He shared 100 50-kilogram bags (more than 11,000 pounds) of grain. CLICK HERE to read the Mission Moments: Malawi story, “God can’t sleep.”
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God can’t sleep By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ “And even the very hairs of your head are all numbered.” – Matthew 10:30 (NIV), also Luke 12:7 I looked into the eyes of the many widows photographed by Kingdom worker Damson Samson during last week’s food distribution in southern Malawi. I ask you to do the same. Look. Really look. Damson wrote about the women above, “They are not understanding the grace of God that has remembered the forgotten.” In other words, they are overwhelmed by God’s love for them. Forg...
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 Laura sharing Jesus with children in the Amazon rainforest. Nationality: American. Occupation: Teacher. Missions with C4C: Malawi 2020. How long have you climbed? Growing up in Colorado, I have loved the beautiful mountains He created all my life. Type of climbing you do: Hiking. Highlight of climbing career: Brown’s Lake outside of Fort Collins, CO. How long have you been a Christian? All my life. Type of ministry you are blessed to serve in:  Children’s Ministry, Youth Ministry, and Missions. Favorite Scripture verse (and why): Romans 1:16: “I am not ashamed ...
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Photo of the Week: Malawi A “vote of thanks” from widows in Manasi village to Climbing For Christ members around the world. “‘Don’t worry for what you will eat’ [Matthew 6:25]. This has come true to us. Three days with no food, but today will be another story. Thank Jesus!” (Photo by Damson Samson) Climbing For Christ was blessed (with more than $13,000 in food relief funding) to bless others (from Damson’s widows to members of Pastor Duncan Nyozani’s churches). CLICK HERE to read “Demonstrating God’s love,” a Mission Moments: Malawi report. ...
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Demonstrating God’s love By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ A “vote of thanks” from widows in Manasi village to Climbing For Christ members around the world. “‘Don’t worry for what you will eat’ [Matthew 6:25]. This has come true to us. Three days with no food, but today will be another story. Thank Jesus!” (Photos by Damson Samson) “Now a true widow, a woman who is truly alone in this world, has placed her hope in God. She prays night and day, asking God for his help.” – 1 Timothy 5:5 (NLT) Mary Mko...
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Food relief for Malawi Pastor Duncan surrounded by members of his church receiving manna from heaven. Climbing For Christ was blessed to send more than $13,000 USD to Malawi to help with the latest food crisis. Funding was divided between our Kingdom worker Damson Samson and ministry partner Duncan Nyozani. Damson will be feeding widows for the next three months. Duncan used the $6,659.95 in funding to provide 232 families and another 150 individuals with maize on Sunday, Jan. 19. In all, Duncan purchased 260 50-kilogram bags of maize. We thank God for HIS provision. A truckload of foo...
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Photo of the Week: Malawi Praising God under a baobab tree in Makhanamba, Malawi. (Photo by Damson Samson) CLICK HERE to read Mission Moments: Malawi, “Take care of grandma and grandpa.”
Take care of grandma and grandpa By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Lucy Unyolo gives thanks to God for this provision. She said the support reached them in a time of need “as they had no hope to see what they are seeing on this day.” (Photos by Damson Samson) “Since the beginning of this year it has been hard for our widows right here in Malawi,” said Kingdom worker Damson Samson. “The challenges [are increased by] poor rain and the cyclone that hit part of this country (in March). “Widows normally have less energy to put i...
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Healing rain God is a Father to the fatherless and a defender of widows. He sets the prisoners free and gives them joy. He is a sender of His people, leading His workers to a sun-scorched land to proclaim His goodness. We have showered love on orphaned children and long-forgotten widows in Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the world. We have set the captives free in the Mulanje Prison in southern Malawi. We have encouraged the church there and connected a Malawi ministry partner with one of our home churches in the United States, praying and watching that relationship flourish. And our...
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Hands up for Jesus By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ When Damson Samson finished his Independence Day message about God’s love to 490 inmates in the Mulanje Prison, he asked if anyone needed to “rebuild and start a new life in Christ Jesus.” “I could not count the hands,” Damson said. “It was hundreds who confessed and accepted Jesus to be their Lord and Savior.” This marked the fourth time Damson has delivered Good News to prisoners in southern Malawi. On CHRISTmas day 2017, he prayed for the incarcerated and 70 souls w...
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Mission Moments: Malawi Shaken by the suffering By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Sankhulani sprawled on the dirt floor in his grandmother’s house. He is in his 30s and developmentally disabled. But that does not explain his need to eat soil. “I asked him if he does that because he doesn’t have food,” said Damson Samson, Climbing For Christ’s Malawi-based Kingdom worker. “He said yes. “It took me time to believe these things are happening under the sun.” Damson has served the widows of southern Malawi since CHRISTmas 2015. These are the po...
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Photo of the Week: Malawi Widow Lidia Namonde sits in the rubble alongside the remains of her house in southern Malawi. (Photo by Damson Samson) CLICK HERE to read “Shaken by suffering,” Mission Moments from Malawi.
Appreciating the time given by God By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Mulanje Massif Chapter guides and porters in disciple-making training in southern Malawi. (Photos by Damson Samson) Damson Samson shared what he referred to as “a wakeup call” when guides and porters in the Mulanje Massif Chapter met in April for their quarterly disciples-making-disciples study. “This was just a reminder to be appreciating time we have been given for we don’t know the why of the time given to us,” our Malawi-based Kingdom worker said. “We were ...
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