John Kelley (left) worship and executive minister at Catalyst Christian Church in Nicholasville, celebrates his climb to the top of 19,341-foot Mount Kilimanjaro with his longtime friend Daren Wendell of Canton, Ohio, who organized the climb. Lifewater International organized a fund raising climb up Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the organization’s water project benefiting remote communities in neighboring Ethiopia. The group raised $103,000.
John Kelley (left) worship and executive minister at Catalyst Christian Church in Nicholasville, celebrates his climb to the top of 19,341-foot Mount Kilimanjaro with his longtime friend Daren Wendell of Canton, Ohio, who organized the climb. Lifewater International organized a fund raising climb up Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the organization’s water project benefiting remote communities in neighboring Ethiopia. The group raised $103,000. Lifewater International
John Kelley (left) worship and executive minister at Catalyst Christian Church in Nicholasville, celebrates his climb to the top of 19,341-foot Mount Kilimanjaro with his longtime friend Daren Wendell of Canton, Ohio, who organized the climb. Lifewater International organized a fund raising climb up Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the organization’s water project benefiting remote communities in neighboring Ethiopia. The group raised $103,000. Lifewater International

For the sake of water, Nicholasville pastor climbs Mount Kilimanjaro

July 22, 2016 01:55 PM

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