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Chihuahua license plate

The native Tarahumara appear on the license plate in Chihuahua and serve as the people that the missions class at EduVenture Mexico studies.

Flowering cactus

Campus cactus. (Photos by Gary Fallesen)

Cactus
Basaseachi cliffs

Needle cliffs in Basaseachi Falls National Park. (Photo by Todd Paris)

Photo Page

Images from Climbing For Christ's first mission trip to Chihuahua, Mexico from April 15 to 26, 2005:

C4C Team

Climbing For Christ's 12-person Mission: Mexico team. They are: (front row, left to right) Jesse Fallesen, Galen Esper, Josiah Esper, Brecken Esper, Hansel Esper, (back row, left to right) Gary Fallesen, Joey Rooks, Kyle Austin, Jason Bewick, Todd Paris, and Chip and Cheryl Esper. (Photo by Daphne Paul)

Drywalling

Above, Joey Rooks (left) and Todd Paris work on drywall for one of the residences. Below, Gary Fallesen (left) and Jason Bewick dig into the rocky soil on the EduVenture campus to run septic lines. (Photos by Jesse Fallesen)

Digging septic lines
Bolting routes

Todd Paris bolting sport routes on the 80-foot cliffs above the campus of EduVenture. (Photo by Gary Fallesen)

Candamena Canyon

Candameña Canyon. (Photo by Gary Fallesen)

The Word

“I consider everything a loss compared to the surpassing greatness of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord.”
– Philippians 3:8

 

El Gigante

El Gigante, located in the Candameña Canyon, has the tallest sport-climbing routes in the world (at around 2,800 feet). It was not climbed until 1998. (Photo by Gary Fallesen)

Painting

Jesse Fallesen paints inside the community house, above, while Kyle Austin follows the song lead of Pastor Sergio during a worship service, below. Jesse is a high school freshman in Hilton, N.Y., and Kyle a senior in Long Lake, N.Y. (Photos by Gary Fallesen)

Mexican worship service
EduVenture Mexico staff

The EduVenture Mexico staff, above, and their fearless leader, Tim Trezise, bouldering at Hueco Tanks, Texas, below. (Photos by Gary Fallesen)

Hueco Tanks
El Gigante

El Gigante. (Photo by Todd Paris)

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