Climbing For Christ

TAKING THE GOSPEL TO MOUNTAINOUS AREAS OF THE WORLD WHERE OTHER MISSIONARIES CANNOT OR WILL NOT GO

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Mission: Nepal 2024

Surrender

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Mission: Nepal 2024 will be Climbing For Christ’s 21st expedition in this Himalayan nation. It is scheduled for May.

The Cure

Music video by the children at the C4C-sponsored SARA Home in Nepal

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The orphans of Climbing For Christ’s Project 1:27 at SARA (Savior Alone Redeems Asians) Children’s Home in Kathmandu, Nepal dance for King Jesus because they know He is The Cure for the world. Song by Unspoken. Video by Elaine Fallesen.

Grace Comstock

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Nationality: American. Occupation: Student. Missions with C4C: Nepal 2022 and 2023.

How long have you climbed? I live in Colorado, so I have been hiking for as long as I can remember. Type of climbing you do: Hiking. Highlight of climbing career: Hiking to the top of Greenhorn Mountain (12,352 feet/1,631 meters).

Mission: Nepal 2023

Praying for open doors in the East

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Would you hike 40 miles to pray for someone you’ve never met? That’s what Climbing For Christ does – and will do again on our 20th expedition to Nepal.

Project 1:27 Nepal

Sponsor a child

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There are about three dozen children cared for outside of Kathmandu by Nepali ministry partner SARA (Savior Alone Redeems Asians). We support SARA Home and these children through Project 1:27, which is based on James 1:27 (“...look after orphans and widows in their distress”).

Trip Report: Nepal 2022

Speed of sound

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Bad news travels fast. Mass shootings in America are heard about in remote villages on the other side of the world. Plane crashes in remote reaches are learned about – and stressed about – soon after they happen. If only the Good News could travel as quickly.

Mission: Nepal 2022

The Bridge

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Suspension (or hanging) bridges are everywhere in Nepal. It’s the only way across deep ravines and raging rivers. For some, a suspension bridge can be intimidating, even a little scary. For others, it is simply the route that God wants us to take.

Brendon Chavez

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Nationality:  American. Occupation: Student. Missions with C4C: Nepal 2022.

How long have you climbed? About 13 years. Type of climbing you do: Hiking. Highlight of climbing career: Last summer, I went hiking with my youth group at Brown’s Creek near Buena Vista, CO. This is part of the Colorado Trail.

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