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Thank you to all of the people who support us quietly with their time and finances, You are invaluable to our support work both here in the U.K. and overseas, without you we at Mustard Seed Ministries would never be able to support to the extent we do. Papa Rick & Gilly.

Alaska's Mount McKinley
Gary Chapman  
I am about to tackle Alaska's Mount McKinley - to raise funds for for my wifes charity in The Philippines (PCF) and my good friends Rick & Gillys' charity (MSM) in India.

Supporting our overseas partners:

PCF (Philippine Community Fund) & MSM (Mustard Seed Ministries)

I have self funded all my costs so EVERY penny of your support goes to the charities (80% of all funds raised will go to PCF and 20% to MSM.

Would you consider supporting me by: Making a donation?


McKinley is a pretty daunting place. The highest mountain in North America, McKinley is one of the Seven Summits at 6,100 metres (20,320 feet) and probably the coldest mountain on the planet.Because McKinley is only a few hundred miles below the Arctic circle I will, at times, be experiencing temperatures down to minus 40 celcius and 100 mph winds. For this reason, climbing Mt McKinley combines the challenges of high-altitude climbing with those of a polar expedition. Add to that the necessity of carrying a 70 litre backpack plus dragging a sled of equipment for 2 weeks and you can see how worthy a challenge it will be. We get dropped off on a glacier by a small aeroplane with skis - Hike to base camp with snow shoes - set up 4 further camps - then (hopefully) attempt the summit. The biggest dangers will be falling down icy crevasse's of 100s of meters deep, the Freezing cold and the dreaded and unpredictable Altitude Sickness. Historically; 1 in 2 climbers on this mountain do not reach the summit, 3 out of every 100 die trying. I have been training like crazy for the last four months - climbers typically use 4,000 - 5,000 calories a day on such an expedition

I fly to Alaska on April 27. Summit day should be between May 12-15

A big thank you for all your support since my last climb up Mt Blanc in 2009 for the same charities.

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 Mail from Steve Burnett in Illigan City, after the Floods.

Hey you guys


Hope you are well and blessed?


It's a week now since I came home and I am back to the grindstone! Just finished work but emailing you before I leave the office!

 I went to Iligan not sure what to expect. Would the city be devastated and destroyed with need and anguish on every corner? Would I be overwhelmed?

In reality, nothing much looks any different on the surface. You would really hardly know there had been floods except for the occasional property that's not been cleaned out and all the driftwood that seems to be everywhere (apparently all the massive logs got taken by the govt shortly after).Its only when you speak to people and ask that you realize the sheer terror of what happened just before Christmas. Whole families were drowned in their beds. Children were swept away and drowned or found dead in the waters. People I know told me heart breaking accounts of their terrifying ordeals.Then when you visit some of the areas where many homes were destroyed and you see what happened to concrete houses and the main new bridge, you get a feel for the power of the flood waters.

And when you visit the tent cities where 1000s of people live without elec or sanitation and as yet no real hope from the govt of a new home..they talk of red cross grants for 50k or 70k pesos but no one got one yet! And how hot is it under canvass when its 34 degrees outside?? I prayed with people and for people. For sure there is need but mostly I saw people used to life struggles just trusting God and getting on with their days.

 I saw Stephen and Sonia and their family really loving and helping kids and families both in their neighbourhood (feeding on Saturday morning) and at the dump (feeding on Monday morning). This totals some 300 kids approx. and there is some real good kids and real needy kids and really hurting kids included (and all sorts of other kids too I guess!). Their new worship centre and home is just great. It is a nice size upstairs room with kitchen and 3 beds/2 baths off it. Its spacious and airy with a nice balcony. They are in just the right place too. The neighbourhood is apparently where the shaboo is made and sold (crystal meth) for all of Mindanao. There are lots of kids with parents in jail for this. I guess the world has plenty to tempt a young man or woman with if they have no work or education...

 And the kids at the dump and their mums were just so pleased to see Stephen and Sonia and Adrian and Aiyleah. You can really see the love going both ways. Christs love.

Portsmouth Football Club. player of the year, and author of his new book 'Transformed', one of the founder mambers of Faith and Football. 
Is a very close friend of  Mustard Seed Ministries and has been invaluable in raising funds with personal apperances at  various funraising events. Click here to see his latest book

Have offered their music in support to the work of Mustard Seed Ministries. All songs from their album are available for down load at their site. All monies collected will go directly to the work of MSM. Click here to go to their myspace page.
RAWKIS: live benefit concert
Perform their own music in support to the work of Mustard Seed Ministries. In the last year they have raised over £1,000.00 Their misic is at the cutting edge, and many believe that this is their year for sucsess in the mainstream music scene. Click here to go to their myspace page. or: Click here to see their video LIVE AT THE CELLARS
FRAN CARABOTT: running to give life.

FRAN CARABOTT: Has been a great friend and supporter to MSM and has finished his training, taking all of the sea breezes on offer on Southsea sea front, and the mud wind and rain on the South Downs, training  for the London Marathon he ran on 13th April 2008. His efforts will be supporting MSM projects in India and the Philippines.

Gary Chapman:
Director of Evergreen Lettings has been a supporter for some time, introducing Mustard Seed Ministries to a wide variety of people, church, business and house groups. Gary is an integeral part of Faith and Football, and works very closely with MSM in the U.K. and overseas to fulfill our joint vision. Click here to go to Evergreen Lettings.

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