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Evangelic Expeditions

Mission: Haiti 2009
 – Team Bios 
 – Another heart for Haiti
Special Report: Plan for Haiti 
 – Sanitation: Don't Flush Their Future
 – Drinkable Water 
 – Change ... for Haiti
Church Builds: Malasi and Thoman
Mission Moments (July-Dec.)
 – Medical Trip
Mission Moments (Jan.-June)
 – Mini-Mission Trip Report 
 – 'The God truck'
State of Emergency 
 – Emergency Mission
 – Dispatches
In the News

Mission: Haiti 2008
Trip Report
Trip Reflections 
  – Team Bios
Mission Moments (July-Dec.)
Mission Moments (Jan.-June)  
  – Hope For Haiti
Adopt a Village
State of Haiti
Let Them Eat ... Dirt
Hunger in Haiti
Caring for Creation: Service to the Poor
Haiti Needs a Hand, Not a Handout
A brother from another planet
Sick Haiti needs a Doctor
His accomplishments
News on Haiti 
  – Page 2
  – Page 3
  – Voodoo is NOT the answer 
  – Terror's new target: Children

Mission: Haiti 2007 
December Trip
Trip Report
Team Bios
April Trip 
'Love One Another'
Trip Report
Special Report: Plan for Haiti 
  – Help for Haiti 
  – Saving Gilbert 
  – 'The least of these'
The power of One
Meet the missionary 

Mission: Haiti 2006
Haiti Dispatches
Photo Page
Jeantilhome Church 
  – What's Next? 
  – School 
  – Medical facility
A View of Haiti
Mission HIStory
“Share the Wealth” benefit

Mission: Dominican Republic 2005
DR Dispatches
“Right Where God Wanted Us”
Faces of Haiti

Mission: Haiti 2009

Climbing For Christ has been ministering to churches in the Chaine de la Selle mountain villages in southeastern Haiti since the summer of 2005. Helping churches, schools, and villages with seminary training, teacher assistance and school supplies, and sanitation, clean water and medical assistance are among the goals for 2009 mission trips. These trips include:

  • Mini-mission (March 26-30). CLICK HERE
  • Emergency mission (May 18-28). CLICK HERE
  • Medical trip (Aug. 1-20). CLICK HERE 
  • Short-term mission (Dec. 5-18). SEE BELOW.

Medical clinic in Malasi in December 2008.

Dates: Dec. 5-18.

Team: 7 participants, maximum.

Team members: Elaine Fallesen, Rochester, N.Y.; Gary Fallesen, Rochester, N.Y.; Lisa Mehle-Glab, Cañon City, Colo.; Miguel Ruben Guante, Jimani, Dominican Republic; Ann Rose (Rosie) Joseph, Borgne, Haiti; Steve Quakenbush, Cañon City, Colo.; Jordan Rowley, Rochester, N.Y.

Purpose: The Lord has done incredible things through Climbing For Christ in Haiti, and He will continue to do so. We trust in Him for our protection, our provision, and our guidance. Among the things we will be working on during this Evangelic Expedition:

  • Teaching medical first care in Malasi and Gentilhomme.
  • Conducting medical clinics.
  • Installing a water system in Gentilhomme.
  • Improving/re-teaching sanitation in Malasi and Gentilhomme.
  • Teaching Vacation Bible School in Malasi and Gentilhomme.
  • Working with teachers in Jimani, Malasi and Gentilhomme.
  • Delivering Christmas gifts for school children and other supplies (medicine, Bibles, clothing) in Jimani, Malasi and Gentilhomme.
  • Working with pastors in numerous villages.
  • Visiting the currently closed Foret des Pins health clinic (and possibly working on the building to prepare it for reopening under the support of C4C).
  • Worshipping with the Climbing For Christ churches in Jimani, Malasi and Gentilhomme, and possibly other potential C4C churches.
  • Answering divine appointments.

Cost: Estimated at $1,600, including airfare from New York City to Hispanoila. (Note: You must arrange and pay for your own transportation to New York City.)

Applications: E-mail gfallesen@ClimbingForChrist.org to apply for this mission team. Membership is required to participate in an Evangelic Expedition.

Medical clinic in Malasi in December 2008.

Posted Jan. 1, 2009 / Updated Aug. 30, 2009

The Word

“Then the Lord sent venomous snakes among them; they bit the people and many Israelites died. The people came to Moses and said, 'We sinned when we spoke against the Lord and against you. Pray that the Lord will take the snakes away from us.' So Moses prayed for the people. The Lord said to Moses, 'Make a snake and put it up on a pole; anyone who is bitten can look at it and live.' So Moses made a bronze snake and put it up on a pole. Then when anyone was bitten by a snake and looked at the bronze snake, he lived.”
— Numbers 21:6-9 (NIV)

Medical symbol: A staff or rod with a snake curled around it.

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