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Mission Moments: Haiti 2020

Gilbert Lindor, Gary Fallesen, Elaine Fallesen and Missy Jean Dedrick in Loveland, CO. Gilbert’s return to Colorado And other adventures of C4C By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Introduction: In August 2007, Gilbert Lindor was rescued from the jaws of death by Climbing For Christ in his mountain village of Gentilhomme, Haiti‎. Gilbert had fallen in a ravine while playing and severely broke his leg. With no medical care available, his father wrapped his leg and laid him in the family’s small house. Twenty-seven days later a C4C worker found him ... Read more »

Photo of the Week: Haiti

Photo of the Week: HaitiGilbert Lindor, Gary Fallesen, Elaine Fallesen and Missy Jean Dedrick in Loveland, CO during Gilbert’s Jan. 3-19 visit to receive a new prosthetic leg. CLICK HERE to read our daily blog from these special Mission Moments: Haiti. Read more »

2020 World Watch List

Most dangerous places Open Doors, a ministry that serves the persecuted church, uses data from field workers to analyze and quantify global persecution. This results in the annual World Watch List. Countries are “ranked by the severity of persecution of Christians, calculated by analyzing the level of violent persecution plus the pressure experienced in five spheres of life.” Those are: church, community, private, national, and family life. These are the 50 countries considered most hostile to Christians (boldface are current C4C mission fields): Extreme Persecution 1. North K... Read more »

Photo of the Week: Haiti

Photo of the Week: Haiti Joe Johnson, left, and Brendan Tuchowski work with Gilbert Lindor as he receives the gift of a prosthetic leg from Quorum Prosthetics in Windsor, CO. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) CLICK HERE to read the first Mission Moments: Haiti reports of 2020, “Gilbert returns to Colorado.” Read more »

Trip Report: Kilimanjaro 2019

Dauson Chonjo, second from right, among guides and porters answering questions asked by Damson Samson, left. (Photo by Elaine Fallesen) ‘I have something to do on the mountain’ By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Dauson Chonjo was there for the start of Climbing For Christ’s Kilimanjaro Chapter. Our brother from Marangu, Tanzania was one of 13 guides and 12 porters who attended our inaugural meeting at Lyasongoro Lutheran Church on Feb. 23, 2008. He listened intently as we told the group that Mount Kilimanjaro was their Judea from Acts 1:8 because th... Read more »

Mission Moments: Turkey & Tanzania

Mission Moments: Turkey & TanzaniaDiscipling, teaching, and encouraging “Their responsibility is to equip God’s people to do his work and build up the church, the body of Christ.” – Ephesians 4:12 (NLT) By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ (NOTE: Climbing For Christ is revisiting Turkey, our seventh time in this Muslim country, and then GO-ing again to Tanzania, for the 12th time, from Dec. 3-15. FOR MORE PHOTOS, SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM FOR THE PHOTO GALLERY.) Sunday, Dec. 15 It was a full day of travel, and then some. Elaine and I flew for 25 hours from Kilimanjaro airport to Roc... Read more »

Photo of the Week: Tanzania

Photo of the Week: TanzaniaMount Kilimanjaro at sunset on Dec. 14, 2019. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) CLICK HERE to read about our 12th trip to Tanzania and teaching Kilimanjaro Chapter guides and porters to be disciples who make disciples of Jesus. Plus, Mission Moments in Turkey. Read more »

Trip Report: Nepal 2019 (Part 2)

The Lord is in the details By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Trekking toward Tsum Valley in central Nepal. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) Eduárd Nitkovszki went shopping in his native Hungary in preparation for Mission: Nepal 2019, Part 2. Eduárd was excited to finally be GO-ing back to Nepal, four long years after he’d been on his first Evangelic Expedition with Climbing For Christ. “In a store I just passed by a baby snowsuit,” he recalled. “The thought came that there will be a baby there on the mountain somewhere that needs it. ... Read more »

Dispatches: Nepal 2019 (Part 2)

Mission: Nepal 2019 (Part 2) By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Sunday, Nov. 17 Team photo (left to right): Gary Fallesen, Samuel Gurung, Jordan Rowley, Brandy Fisher, Corey Slider, Megh Gurung, Eduárd Nitkovszki, Kashi Lama, Matthew Fisher, Bhuddi Gurung and Amar Gurung in Tsum Valley. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) Jordan and I flew 31 hours from Kathmandu to our homes in Rochester, NY. Brandy and Matthew flew similar hours to Beaver Mines, AB, Canada. We headed West while they went East. Eduárd traveled West and North to reach Hungary in abou... Read more »

Photo of the Week: Nepal

Photo of the Week: NepalTsum Valley. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) The Mission: Nepal 2019 (Part 2) team finished an 11-day trek surveying the Tsum Valley, where there are no known believers. Seed was scattered. One day there will be a harvest. CLICK HERE to read the daily Dispatches from this 17th Evangelic Expedition to Nepal.  Read more »

Photo of the Week: Nepal

Photo of the Week: NepalTrekking into Manaslu. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) CLICK HERE for daily Dispatches from Mission: Nepal 2019, Part 2. Read more »

Mission Moments: Malawi

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... Read more »

Mission Moments: Kilimanjaro

Mission Moments: KilimanjaroLiving to bring forth fruit By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Kilimanjaro Chapter leader Dauson Chonjo teaching fellow guides and porters about being a disciple of Jesus. (Photos by Damson Samson) Pastor Winford Mosha was there in the beginning. He saw the vision and knew it was God ordained. Mission: Kilimanjaro 2007 was our first Evangelic Expedition to Tanzania and meeting Pastor Mosha was a divine appointment. He shared with us how he wanted to see guides and porters discipled. It was the same desire God had put on our hearts. A dozen years later, a s... Read more »

Praying for Turkey

A Turkish military patrol along the Syrian border when U.S.-backed Kurdish forces were fighting ISIS to the south. The Syrian Civil War (since 2011) and the battle against ISIS led to 3.5 million Syrians crossing the border into Turkey. Green light means woe By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ The headline screamed off my screen: “Donald Trump gives Turkey the green light to invade northern Syria.” It was Monday’s (Oct. 7) The Economist e-newsletter. My heart sank. Two days later, Turkey began a military offensive against our Syrian Kurdish allies. T... Read more »

2020 Mission

Trekking in Turkey’s Aladaglar Mountains. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) Seeing 2020 on mission By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ When I first climbed into the mostly non-Christian world of mountaineering, I could not see how anyone could stand on a summit and breathe in the beauty all around them and not believe something bigger than them had created their breathtaking surroundings. The majesty, God’s magnificence is revealed in His mountains. It is through creation that we can see the Creator – be it in those marvelous mountains or through those of us... Read more »

Mission: Kilimanjaro 2020

It will be provided As Abraham climbed Mount Moriah after trekking 50 or 60 miles in three days with his young son Isaac, he had no idea what God had planned. Abraham only knew to be obedient. “Go and sacrifice him,” God had instructed. Abraham was ready to do as He had told. But God had other plans. He blessed Abraham once again beyond measure. “Abraham named the place Yahweh-Yireh (which means ‘the LORD will provide’). To this day, people still use that name as a proverb: ‘On the mountain of the LORD it will be provided’” (Genesis 22:14, NL... Read more »

Mission: Malawi 2020

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... Read more »

Mission: Indonesia 2020

Still on the list We were in South Sulawesi discussing unreached people when a local worker brought up a group in West Sulawesi. We looked them up. “Still on the list,” we acknowledged. In fact, three of every 10 people groups remain on that unreached people groups (UPG) list. We have been to South and Central Sulawesi in search of unreached people groups the past two years. “To make sure about the unreached people group that mission organizations mentioned,” Indonesia member Budi said. “Are they really unreached and no workers or not?” We discovered wor... Read more »

Mission: Nepal 2020

The Voice in the wilderness When we first arrived in Humla, a remote district in the northwest corner of Nepal, we could count the number of Christians on two hands. There were seven young men in a tiny house church in the district headquarters of Simikot and a brother and sister in an otherwise Hindu village perched on a mountainside a few hours away. Our Mission: Nepal 2012 team was invited to a Bible study in the house church, where we worshiped and prayed with a few of the men. Later, we prayed with the brother and sister in secret for fear of bringing persecution to their home. From 20... Read more »

Mission: Turkey 2020

In God’s time The Bible tells us, repeatedly, to wait patiently for the Lord. God’s thoughts, His ways, even His timing are not the same as ours. In the New Living Translation of Isaiah 55:8, we are told: “And my ways are far beyond anything you could imagine.” We are guilty of becoming impatient and, in some cases, even giving up when we have seen little or no fruit. Then we are reminded Who is in control. Peter wrote, “The Lord isn’t really being slow about his promise, as some people think. No, he is being patient for your sake. He does not want anyon... Read more »

Mission Moments: Malawi

Disciples trained to make disciples By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Mulanje Massif Chapter graduating Class of 2019 with Damson Samson (right). Twenty-one guides and porters from the Mulanje Massif in southern Malawi graduated from our year-long disciple-making training on Aug. 21. Seven of our brothers in Christ were working on the mountain and could not attend the graduation ceremony. This training – started with the guides and porters in our Kilimanjaro Chapter in Tanzania – is based on resources provided by The Timothy Initiative ministry. Damson... Read more »

Mission: 2019

The Master’s Mission A “touch point” in my study Bible declares: “Jesus issued a mandate for all believers as citizens of His kingdom. Every believer is under obligation to preach the Good News of salvation. His command to ‘go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone’ is every believer’s mission.” They called this “The Master’s Mission.” That’s the theme of Climbing For Christ’s Mission: 2019. This Master Mission is based on Jesus speaking in Mark 16 after His resurrection: “And then he tol... Read more »

Mission: Nepal 2019

Soldiering for the kingdom The revered Gurkha soldiers have roots in the region. Soldier for Christ Megh Gurung dreamed of being a Gurkha when he grew up in the area, a place he says “is very rich in culture and heritage.” It’s also steeped in high mountains, Hinduism and Buddhism. Climbing For Christ returns to the Annapurna Region in 2019; this time exploring the Manaslu area, where the world’s eighth-highest mountain looms at 8,163 meters (26,781 feet). “I hope we can open the door to hearts in those areas,” said Megh, our kingdom worker in Nepal. He p... Read more »

In Memorium: Jaime Servat

Good and faithful Servat By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Jaime giving a Bible to a schoolgirl in Chalhua, the Cordillera Blanca village where Climbing For Christ built a church. Jaime Servat dreamed of big mountains. He envisioned GO-ing to those mountains in the name of Jesus. The dream occurred in 1992. The vision came in 1998. In the latter, Jaime heard God’s voice, instructing him: “Son, you will go to the mountains and bring My name up and down them, and I will go before you and many will come to Me, others will not, and some will b... Read more »

Mission Moments: Nepal

Remembering visits with joy By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ The church at Korchabang in worship. (Photos by Megh Gurung) I better understand now Paul’s letters to the young church of his day about longing to see them. In 1 Thessalonians 3:6, he wrote about Timothy’s return from the church at Thessalonica: “He reports that you always remember our visit with joy and that you want to see us as much as we want to see you.” In July, our Nepali kingdom worker, Megh Gurung, went to see the body of believers God has used us to help build up in th... Read more »
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