It is a big, big week for Climb BlueSky. On Saturday, Climb BlueSky will open to the public for the first time! We’re so excited to begin impacting our community as they come climb with us. It has been a long road to this day and the Lord has been so faithful. He has enabled our team to navigate each and every hurdle and we’re so thankful to see this day come.
The gym is not completely finished so construction will continue during the week. For now, the gym will be open three nights a week and all day on Saturday.
Would you pray for the opening of Climb BlueSky? Join us in thanking the Lord for His faithfulness to provide. Pray that Saturday would be the beginning of many relationships that will have Kingdom impact. Pray that the Lord is honored through Climb BlueSky and that the light of those inside will penetrate the darkness at Diamond Plaza, a place filled with idolatry and evil.
The staff are training for the big day!
Progress continues at Climb BlueSky. The most obvious and exciting thing is paint! The gym is coming to life as color goes on the walls! Our excitement about this progress is also greeted with the reality that more funding is needed in order to complete this rock climbing gym and ministry hub. We still need $95,000 to complete Climb BlueSky in its entirety. We believe that the Lord has very intentionally placed us in the middle of this Hindu and Muslim community so that we can be a light to them as well as our neighbors from Nairobi’s multinational community. There is a large community that desperately needs the Good News of Jesus Christ. As we continue to work among them, we firmly believe that this facility will be an incredibly tool that will help us engage them.
Our other reality is that each month that the gym is not open, we spend another $3,000 in rent with no income coming into the gym. In addition to being an awesome ministry tool, our prayer is that the gym will bring in enough money to cover its own expenses as well as some additional funding to support some of our other ministry expenses. We need Climb BlueSky up and running so that it can contribute to rather than deplete ministry resources. Would you give to this project so that Climb BlueSky can begin its work in Nairobi?