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Mission: Peru 2015
Mission: Peru 2015

“…and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” — John 8:32


Mission: Peru 2015

Climbing For Christ was introduced to Peru by evangelist Jaime Servat, who requested prayer and financial help to continue doing outreach in 2010. Peru is a Christian country, but plagued by syncretism – a blending of folk religions and Catholicism.

PRAY: That those who have been deceived will understand the truth and develop a relationship with Jesus and enter by the narrow gate to salvation. CLICK HERE for the Mission: Peru 2015 Prayer Bulletin.

GIVE: To support work carried out through the year in the Peruvian Andes by our indigenous missionary.
  • If you can help send a contribution to Climbing For Christ, P.O. Box 16290, Rochester, NY 14616-0290. Or CLICK HERE and give online via PayPal.
  • In Canada, make checks payable to The Great Commission Foundation, and on the memo line add Climbing For Christ CANADA.  Mail your support to: The Great Commission Foundation, #3 – 1335 Trans Canada Way SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1B 1J1. Or give online at Mark your contribution: “Climbing For Christ CANADA.”
GO: Climbing For Christ’s fifth expedition in as many years will return to the Cordillera Blanca, revisiting Chalhua and exploring a new area on the north end of the range on a five-day trek.
  • Date: July.
  • Length of trip: 14 days.
  • Team size: 4-6 members.
  • Purpose: To continue the work.
  • Cost: Estimated at US$1,500 plus airfare to/from Peru. The estimate includes ground transport, accommodations, food, and trekking expenses. Does not include airfare.
  • To apply: E-mail to request a mission application.


In May 2011, God sent a team of four from the United States to the Peruvian Andes Mountains. It was a family affair. The U.S. contingent was made up of father and son Gary and Jesse Fallesen, and brothers Jordan and Justin Rowley. This foursome was blessed to serve alongside many of o...
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Returning to the scene of the sublime Climbing For Christ’s Peruvian missionary, Jaime Servant, returned in September to an area visited by our Mission: Peru 2015 team in July. Here is his report: I arrived in Jancapampa village (Pomabamba province) the morning of Thursday, Sept. 3, and hiked about one hour to get to the home of the Vega family (Victoria, Dina and Enrique, who received the Lord Jesus Christ in their hearts under prayer during Mission: Peru 2015). I met Victoria’s husband, Guillermo, who had not received the Lord Jesus during our mission outreach. But I was in... Read more »

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Mission: Peru 2015 Trip Report

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Mission: Peru 2015 By Jordan Rowley Climbing For Christ  CLICK HERE for Mission: Peru 2015 Prayer Bulletin Tuesday, July 28 U.S. team members have returned home. Monday, July 27 God had another appointment for us today. As we met with Taina, we discovered her left hand is severely burned. We brought her to the hospital, but they said they wouldn't be able to see her until Thursday. So we went to a clinic instead. Her burns were cleaned and redressed and she was prescribed antibiotics and pain medicine. I believe that the Lord brought us to her just at the right time... Read more »

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Opportunities Abound  Jaime Servat, C4C’s missionary to Peru, recently shared about the Lord’s work from the month of June. Here is a brief synopsis from his latest report.  Jaime has been busy not only preparing for the Mission: Peru 2015 team’s arrival (on July 13), but preparing the church in Chalhua as well. Brother Jaime has made multiple trips to Chalhua to bring a few final materials and round up workers. Finally, this long-awaited project is nearly completed! Our prayer is that the building will be finished and the mission team will be able to help dedic... Read more »