Tie In with the Argentina Chapter Developing New Crags

One of the best ways to open up doors for the Gospel is to be a blessing to the local climbing community.  Our Argentina Chapter is working closely with a climber’s guesthouse in the Lake's District of Argentina near Piedra Parada.  View how they being a blessing on youtube.  

The Chapter has a fresh vision for being a blessing and is seeking your help to develop the crag pictured below and other untouched crags in the Lake District. Every year, they see close to a thousand international climbers and even more local climbers come through the area. By helping to develop quality routes and open new areas, they will be building solid relationships into the climbing scene which in turn leads to the Gospel going out. 

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Join them in this effort! You can “tie-in” by donating funds for the following:   

  • $5           New bolt placement 
  • $20         Anchor placement 
  • $100       Equip a entire single pitch route (and you can name it too) 
  • $400       36v Bosch drill to get the work done 
  • $TBA       Fly down and help put up the new routes while on a missions trip! Lodging will be provided at the climber’s guesthouse. 

All donations can be made through SRCFC and are tax-deductible. Include a separate note with your gift stating “Argentina Chapter.”  Click here to view donation options!

Please pray about how you can get involved and further God’s kingdom through this amazing opportunity.  And if you want to be in contact with the Argentina Chapter Coordinator, contact Calvin at calvin@srcfc.org.   

Vaya con Dios!

Date Posted - 05.20.14

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