We train and help rural families
to make and maintain
household water wells and pumps by hand
with local materials.
The health need
Contaminated open water sources expose families to disease and untimely death – losses felt in every way possible.
Limited water limits washing of hands, bodies, dishes and clothes, resulting in stomach infection, skin disease, and fleas and scabies in clothes and bedding—suffering.
The practical need
Mothers and girls’ travel for cleaner water frustrates home tasks, income generation, and schooling, resulting in labor without growth or security.
Absence of water for irrigation in the dry season inhibits prosperity. This bleak reality oppresses minds and hearts.
A divine response
Jesus said that when the poor are thirsty, He is thirsty, and when they have a drink, He is relieved: He empathetically feels people’s needs, like a parent. Therefore, He said, His people will be distinguished by their treatment of the needy (Matt 25:30-46).
A Trinity invitation
God’s love-borne desire is that we be near Him and like Him; His Gospel is that we can be, now and forever! Abiding in Him, we get to be Christ and live the Gospel.
Jesus’ appearance inaugurated the Kingdom of God, with signs of restoration in His wake: “Heal the sick in it and say to them, ‘The kingdom of God has come near to you.’” (Luke 10:9). In all aspects of life, this is what God is about.
We believe that we are called to this mission as a small piece of Jesus’ work.
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