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Climbing for Christ Chapters

Climbing for Christ has chapters throughout the United States and around the world.  Select on at right to learn more.

Interested in organizing a Climbing For Christ chapter in your part of the world? E-mail info@ClimbingForChrist.org

The Word

“Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” — Ecclesiastes 4:12 (NIV), the reason behind organizing chapters. The fellowship of believers adds up to encouragement and growth.

Latest Chapter News

Western NY Update: Chili fundraiser Feb. 22

Western New York Update Monday, Feb. 10, 2020 Serving up the perfect C4C mix Outdoor fun, hot chili, and you By Elaine Fallesen, women’s and family ministry, Climbing For Christ There’s a 100 percent chance of a perfect wintry mix coming this way Saturday, Feb. 22 as hot-chili weather hits the Western New York Chapter. Get out of your cabin fever and join us for Climbing For Christ’s first-ever chili fundraiser, to support C4C mission work that stretches from Tanzania to Nepal and to the ends of the earth. Just $10 gets you all the chili and fi... Read more »

Colorado Update: Coffee Chat Feb. 13

Colorado Update Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020 Coffee Chat in Denver Thursday By Missy Jean Dedrick, development director, Climbing For Christ Missy and Gilbert at the REI Denver Starbucks last month. Hello Colorado Members! Climbing For Christ will be hosting another “Coffee Chat” on Thursday, Feb. 13 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Starbucks in the REI Denver Flagship Store (1416 Platte St., Denver 80202).  C4C Coffee Chats are a time to come and chat about HIS ministry in an informal setting. I will be in attendance. I can update you on what is happening with Gi... Read more »

Western NY Coffee Chat Jan. 23

Western New York Update Chat about fulfilling God’s dreams Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020 By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Elaine, Brendan, Joe, Gilbert, and Gary at Quorum Prosthetics in Windsor, CO last week. Greetings in HIS name! My wife Elaine and I are back from 2 ½ weeks in Colorado with C4C New Generation (Haiti) leader Gilbert Lindor and new staff member Missy Jean Dedrick of Denver. We pray that Gilbert is blessed by a new prosthetic leg to give him a new lease on life, and that Missy is blessed as she begins a new role with C... Read more »

Western NY Coffee Chat via Skype

Western New York Update Chat with Gilbert tonight Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020 By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Happy Haitian: Gilbert Lindor yesterday at Quorum Prosthetics in Windsor, CO. (Photo by Gary Fallesen) Greetings in HIS name! The Western New York Chapter continues its bi-weekly Coffee Chat at 6:30 p.m. today with a special Skype from Colorado. Jordan Rowley will host guests at Spot Coffee, 200 East Ave., Rochester, while I call in from Loveland, CO, where we’re staying this week with Haitian brother Gilbert Lindor. We brought Gilber... Read more »

We want to see YOUR face

 Catching up: We were blessed to meet up with Mike (right) and Rachel Wall (second from left) in Loveland on Sunday. We are (left to right) Missy Jean Dedrick, Gilbert Lindor, and Elaine and Gary Fallesen. And we’d love to see you, too. (Photo by Mike Wall) We want to see YOUR face By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Climbing For Christ COLORADO members: Greetings in HIS name! I am back in Colorado and, thanks to the addition of new staff member Missy Jean Dedrick of Denver, we’ll be here more often. Plus, our daughter Hayley and son-in-law Mitch Har... Read more »

Songs & Stories: Nepal

Join the Rochester-based staff of Climbing For Christ on Friday, Feb. 1 for Songs & Stories: Nepal. Jordan Rowley will lead us in worship, starting at 7 p.m., and Jordan and Elaine and Gary Fallesen will share stories from Mission: Nepal. This event will be held at Hope Lutheran Church, 1301 Vintage Lane in Greece, NY. Climbing For Christ has ministered in Nepal since 2008 and we are preparing to GO on our 16th expedition to that Himalayan nation. Come learn about the wonderful thing God has been doing in Nepal, give HIM praise, and support the staff as we prepare to GO on Climbing For Ch... Read more »

New chapter in the Philippines

What Asiel dela Fuente called “a new breed of mission volunteers” on the island of Mindoro in June. (Photos by Asiel dela Fuente) Teaching school children on Mindoro. Asiel dela Fuente led a group of 10 on a mission trip to the island of Mindoro in June “to share school supplies with our fellow Mangyans. We were able to visit three villages,” Asiel said. “When we got back to the Metro (Manila) after the climb, we were able to gather participants and non-participants interested in outdoor missions for small-group session. We had our Jump-Off session (on Aug. 1... Read more »

Photo of the Week: Philippines

Photo of the Week: PhilippinesThe rebirth of C4C Philippines What Asiel dela Fuente called “a new breed of mission volunteers” on the island of Mindoro in June. (Photo by Asiel dela Fuente) CLICK HERE to read “New chapter in the Philippines.” Read more »

Asiel dela Fuente

Asiel dela Fuente Nationality: Filipino. Residence: Cogeo, Antipolo, Rizal Philippines. Personal: Age 28. Married to Carmen Stephanie Samera-dela Fuente with first child expected December 2018. Occupation: Pastor. Church: Evangelical Free Church of the Philippines (denomination). How long have you climbed? Six years. Types of climbing you do: Mountain climbing/hiking. Highlight of climbing career: “Back to School Climb” (Sitio Pagturian-Sitio Sipit Saburan-Sition Ambang, Mindoro, Philippines), June 2018. How long have you been a Christian? I grew up in a Christian family, but pr... Read more »

Western New York Chapter news

Fall fun and fundraising By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ It’s nearly the harvest season. Apples will be ripe in Hilton and the mission field is “white for the harvest” (John 4:35). Believe it or not, those two go hand in hand. Funds raised at Climbing For Christ’s popular food booth at the Hilton Apple Fest go toward the work HIS ministry is doing in places where others cannot or will not go. We put the f-u-n in fundraising this time of year. We also r-u-n for the money. Read on! Smoothie operators Lines form here! W... Read more »

Western New York fall update

Autumn is in the air By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Labor Day is over. Back to work, back to school. It’s football season! Pumpkin spice is on every menu and in seemingly every food. Leaves are red and underfoot as I trail run. All of this means it’s time for us to turn to our autumn calendar. Here’s a glance at important upcoming dates with some additional details below. Plenty of PRAY, GIVE, GO opportunities. Hope you will be joining us this fall. Wednesday, Sept. 13-Friday, Sept. 29 – Mission: Nepal 2017, Part 2. Please pray for Jordan... Read more »

Bunny Hop Fun Run, Walk & Egg Hunt

  Hopping happy: The hunt for eggs was off and running. (Photos by Gary Fallesen) We give praise and thanks for $1,065 of support received through our inaugural Bunny Hop Fun Run and Walk at North Ponds Park in Webster, NY. Thirty-three people attended  Saturday, April 15, including nine children who hunted for 200 eggs created by our friends from Blessed Hope Community Church and Heritage Christian Services. Special thanks to Diane Sturmer, who helped organize the Bunny Hop and led supporters. The many participants in the first run, walk and egg hunt. Read more »

Western New York 2017 Heritage hike #2

Heritage hike is for the birds   Eating out of their hands: human bird feeders had plenty of action during our April 1 hike on the Bird Song trail at Mendon Ponds. (Photos by Gary Fallesen) No fooling, more than two dozen people attended the second Climbing For Christ/Heritage hike at Mendon Ponds Park on a cold, rainy April 1st. Event organizer Diane Sturmer noted that hikers came from Buffalo and all around Rochester, even though the weather was for the birds. “Out on the trail many enjoyed the chickadees landing on their hands to enjoy some food,” Diane re... Read more »

Bunny Hop Fun Run & Walk

What is the Bunny Hop 5K Fun Run and Walk? The first annual Bunny Hop Fun Run and Walk is eggs-actly what you’re looking for to fill your Saturday before Easter morning with a basket of fun! It’s your chance to help others by simply walking or running the one mile paved hiking path that circles North Ponds Park. Do it individually or as a team. If you so choose, you can also do it to raise money to help support Climbing For Christ. Make it a hare-raising event and challenge your friends and family to join you! How do I register for the Bunny Hop? Go online to ht... Read more »

Mission Moments: Philippines

A bend in the road By Ace Concordia I remember a trail named “the Road of Patience.” We would have to walk this trail on our way home from missions in Kibungan whenever we exited into the province of La Union. The trail was given that name because after being on mission it was the last long hike before getting a ride that would bring us all back home. Everyone on the team would be running on fumes. We would be dragging our legs to finish this last part of the mission. This trail was littered with rocks from landslides. It was constantly twisting and turning. At every turn... Read more »

Western New York 2017 Heritage hike #1

No snow, but lots of ’shoers on Heritage hike There was little snow for snowshoeing because of unseasonable temperatures in what was the warmest February on record in Rochester, NY, but that didn’t dissuade many who attended our Western New York Chapter’s first Heritage hike of the year on Saturday, Feb. 18. Climbing For Christ member and Heritage Christian Services spiritual life coordinator Diane Sturmer reports: “Thirty-two hikers and snowshoe adventurers gathered at the Mendon Ponds Nature Center to share one of the most beautiful days of the year! We cou... Read more »

Building on our Heritage

Climbing For Christ’s long-time relationship with Heritage Christian Services in Western New York continues as we begin our ninth year of hikes together. The kick off to the 2017 series is our annual “snowshoe adventure” on Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Mendon Ponds Park nature center. Our group will meet from 10 a.m. to noon to snowshoe (or walk, if there’s no snow) around the Bird Song Trail and then share music, devotions, stories and prayer along with a light snack and hot cocoa. RSVP to Diane Sturmer. 2017 calendar: Snowshoe adventure at Mendon Ponds, Saturda... Read more »

Back to Base Camp

C4C Philippines meeting! x C4C Philippines will be having its first Base Camp Sessions on Wednesday, Feb. 22, starting at 7 p.m. at the Cafe Libertad in The Gallery Building, Amorsolo Street, Makati. Get EQUIPPED for the next adventure! See you there guys! #basecampsessionsisback – Ace Concordia Read more »

Dispatches: Indonesia/Philippines

Mission: Indonesia & Philippines 2017 Saturday, Feb. 4 C4C Philippines meeting: (left to right) Doc Jhoe, AA, Jhun, Gary, Jordan, Ace, Pat, Joel, Rory holding baby Max and husband Gutch,  Asiel and his wife, and Spencer. Nearly everyone in the photo is a Mission: Philippines veteran. We headed east today from Manila to North America, crossing many time zones and the international date line and flying and driving on a Saturday that lasted for 37 hours. Jordan and I returned safely to Rochester, NY, USA. We left Southeast Asia encouraged by time spent w... Read more »

The Great GOmission

Trekking into the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. (Photo by Adrianne Michele) NOTE: On Nov. 27, 2016, I was honored to be asked by Pastor Al Robinson to share about discipleship at Crowsnest Community Christian Centre in Coleman, AB, home church of C4C Canada. I told our brothers and sisters in Christ how God had moved in my life to lead me from the only job I thought I would ever want (a sports writer for a daily newspaper for 27 years) to start Climbing For Christ and serve Him full-time in ministry. I have been doing this for 10 years now. In that span, I have been blessed to lead 50 short-... Read more »
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C4C Canada Annual Meeting

Serving a ‘grace-full’ God By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Climbing For Christ ministry happens in real time. I am proud of our ability (by the grace of God) to be efficient. Example: Damson Samson, our kingdom worker in East Africa, asks on Monday if it would be possible to receive an extra $500 a month to feed widows in Malawi. On Wednesday, funds are wired. On Thursday, Damson receives the money, buys the food, and distributes it. At C4C Canada’s third Annual Meeting on Saturday, Nov. 26 in Coleman, AB, Board member Aaron Hemphill talked... Read more »

Mission Moments: Malawi

God provides for an abundance of food in Malawi By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ Feeding the orphans. (Photos by Duncan Nyozani) Climbing For Christ was introduced to the Far & Wide Children’s Home when the Malawi orphanage had a month’s worth of food stolen in October 2009. Pastor Duncan Nyozani, a C4C member since early 2009, contacted us to ask for prayer. The result of our prayer was God’s call for us to replace the stolen food. A few months later, I led a small team to Malawi to survey the work there. God again called us to ... Read more »

Mission Moments: Malawi

Housing project a sweet dream for Malawi widows By Gary Fallesen, founding president, Climbing For Christ No more nightmares for smiling Malita Seven, right, with Climbing For Christ’s Damson Samson. Malita Seven suffered from bad dreams. But since workers began to repair her house as part of Climbing For Christ’s work with widows in southern Malawi, she said, “there is a great change.” The 75-year-old told Damson Samson, our Malawi-based kingdom worker to East Africa, that this ministry is “like an ark where God told Noah to make it so many can ... Read more »

Fun(d)raising weekend in Western NY

Team C4C: (left to right) Gary Fallesen, Mitchell Harris, Elaine Fallesen, Hayley Fallesen, Mark Eiwen, and Jaime, Justin and Jordan Rowley after running the Photo Finish 5K. The quote of the weekend: “It wouldn’t be the Hilton Applefest without a Walking Taco.” A foodie couple came to Climbing For Christ’s booth on Sunday to mark an annual tradition – consuming one of our Applefest favorites. For years we have sold “mountain-fresh” smoothies, pulled pork sandwiches, and the famous Walking Taco (a bag of Doritos filled with taco fixings). Apple... Read more »

Mission: Kilimanjaro 2016 Trip Report

Feeding needs and hungering souls Story and photos by Gary Fallesen President, Climbing For Christ Turning his eyes up to the mountains: Damson Samson looks up to summit of Kilimanjaro on second morning of trek. Four days later, he stood at Africa’s highest point. In the beginning was the Question, and the Question was with us. Every time a Climbing For Christ team met the guides and porters who were part of the Kilimanjaro Chapter, we were asked: “When are you going to start a trekking company here?” Those who joined the Kilimanjaro Chapter – ... Read more »
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