Survey mission to north India scheduled June 3-8. This is Climbing For Christ's 120th Evangelic Expedition.
Returning to eastern Nepal for another Kangchenjunga trek and serving the Project 1:27 orphans from May 17 to June 3. This is Climbing For Christ's 20th expedition to Nepal.
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.
30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim world
Join us for 30 days of prayer for the Muslim world from March 22 to April 20.
The Light on the mountain
Haiti was a desperate, uninviting place when we first went there in 2005. But it was bad long before we arrived, and it has gotten worse since. “Almost no missionaries are traveling to Haiti at present. The risk of kidnapping – the risk of simply driving past areas where gang snipers indiscriminately shoot an average of six victims a week – is too high.” Yet the work GOes on, thanks to Climbing For Christ’s New Generation – home-grown laborers.
Mission: Kilimanjaro 2023
The roots of Climbing For Christ are found in the East African country of Tanzania. Mission: Kilimanjaro 2023 is our 15th expedition here. Check for Dispatches from Feb. 24 to March 10. Mission: Malawi 2023 will follow March 11-20.
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?
Doing it for Jesus
“Those who were homeless, now they have a house to call home,” Kingdom worker Damson Samson said when asked about Climbing For Christ’s impact on his home country. “Those walking naked were dressed up.”