Ten Day Countdown


In ten days, a team of 30 women from around the world will arrive in Geneva to embark on an 8 day journey to climb the Alps. They have been training, fundraising and being a voice for the voiceless. Please pray for the team and their families as they make final preparations, travel and climb mercies.  Please pray for dry and mild weather.  There has been a heat wave in Switzerland.

Below are our links to follow the climber you supported.  We will be using the hashtag #fcalps on our postings. The most up to date information will be on our Facebook page.  Please like our page to receive automatic updates.  We will also be posting on our blog on wordpress.com please go to the link and sign up for the updates.  Each time we update the blog, it will automatically send you the update if you have signed up.

Below are the links to watch for updates:

Your prayers and partnership are greatly appreciated and valued!  We are blessed by your generosity.


Tina Yeager – Freedom Climb  Director – US


Christmas Gifts that Transform Lives – The Freedom Climb Store www.shop.thefreedomclimb.net

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Our Freedom Climb store is open.  Buy Freedom Climb promotional items or other gifts made from our projects.  We are excited to launch this store and plan on adding items from our Freedom Climb projects around the world in the near future.  Keep an eye out for the amazing items that will be added.

Are you shopping for Christmas for your loved ones?  Hurry, buy a gift today and get it to your loved one by Christmas.  Your purchase goes to help transform the lives of those enslaved and oppressed.


The Freedom Climb Team

The Freedom Circle

Climb for us!

Will you join and be one of the first 100 Founding Freedom Circle members?

We climb to combat slavery, exploitation and trafficking of women and children globally. And we are passionately dedicated to seeing these wrongs corrected, and lives restored to wholeness. But this is a big mountain, a steep path ahead. We can’t climb it alone — will you join us?

Until now, the way to get involved was to climb or support a climber. And we are so grateful to you and the thousands who have joined us in these ways, raising over one million dollars to fund OM projects around the world that address these very issues. Glory to God!

To expand the impact of The Freedom Climb, to help more women and children, we are looking for the first 100 Founding Members of The Freedom Circle, a new level of influence in the global climb to freedom. Will you step up? You will make a difference, and you’ll draw others along with you.

Join our circle today at: http://www.thefreedomclimb.net/get-involved/the-freedom-circle

Many Blessings to you and your family!

Tina Yeager

Freedom Climb Director, USA





This week a few of our climbers from the 2015 Corporate Climb Sponsored by The Wasie Foundation joined together to train for their climb on Mt. Kilimanjaro.  Several climbers said it was the most difficult thing they have ever done.  This is said after each climb as well.  So WHY do we climb?  Why do we endure the difficulty of climbing?  We are blessed to be a voice for those with no voice!  Those we are climbing for have an incredible climb to freedom.  We climb because it is our goal to raise awareness and funds for the projects Operation Mobilization has around the world that are addressing issues of slavery and oppression.  Learn more about our WHY!

The following link is a Case report about HIV in India and the Jogini Culture.  http://casereports.bmj.com/content/2014/bcr-2014-204635.full?keytype=ref&ijkey=01gnWSg04mPzKqW

It is so much more than a climb!  You don’t have to climb to join our team!  Will you join us in prayer for the precious lives transformed by the Freedom Climb projects?

Thank you!

The Freedom Climb Team


Freedom Climb visits Moldova

The Freedom Climb supports projects in Moldova that are giving hope and a future to women and children at risk. Last week I was blessed to be able to take a team of leaders from Mission Hills Church in Colorado to visit Moldova and see first hand the amazing work being done by OM Moldova. We visited many places and saw the joy being brought to orphans and abandoned children as they learn what it means to be loved and to have hope.

Did you know there are approximately 4 million people in Moldova? Many parents leave their children with others or alone as they travel abroad seeking work due to the extreme poverty. One third of children in Moldova are social orphans, often times 8-9 year olds live alone. Although huge orphanages have been created, this is not enough to help these precious children. They are extremely vulnerable to human trafficking. It was said that Moldova is #6 in world for human trafficking. Those statistics reflect that it is in a worst state than Cambodia or Thailand. Many children are lured and sold to Turkey, Romania, Germany and Austria.

OM Moldova has 18 care centers for children at risk. At these centers, many of the children receive the only meal they will eat that day. They learn about Jesus, are treated with love and compassion and are given educational assistance. There is a need for many more centers. Most of the centers are used as churches in the villages.

The picture you see is of a center and church in one of the villages. This center provides the only well with safe drinking water in the village of 400 people. The building is modest as is, but the ceiling is filled with mold and needs to be replaced. As I stood looking at the roof it broke my heart to think that if it isn’t replaced, the building will be condemned and the children will have no where to go and no hot meal. I was blessed to be able to say “The Freedom Climb will give you the funds to replace the roof.”

It is because of passionate people around the world helping to raise funds and awareness that we are able to provide hope and a future to precious children like the ones cared for here.

Will you join us in our efforts to end human trafficking, exploitation of children and oppression?

Thank you for joining us in our efforts!
Tina Yeager, Director of Freedom Climb, USA