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Help Water of Life keep the water flowing! Your continued generosity allows us to continue showing the love of Jesus through the gift of clean water to the unreached in West Africa and India. We couldn't do it without you.

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Gives clean water to an entire village by drilling a new water well $3,500 Donate
Gives clean water to 200 people each month $1,000 Donate
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Gives clean water to 20 people each month $100 Donate
Gives clean water to 10 people each month $50 Donate
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Update from 2/14/2018

For God so loved the world... - John 3:16 Thank you for sharing this love around the world through the gift of clean water. Happy Valentine's Day!

Update from 2/6/2018

The Rokai village was well known for traditional religious practices including poro and bondo societies. The drilling of a new water well by the Water of Life team has brought new hope and joy to the people. Some things happened during the drilling process that made the villages believe that the threats religious leaders were making were empty. The Jesus Film was shown on a place declared to be sacred. Very few attended from the village in fear of what would happen if they did. Water gushed from the well on the second day, and The Jesus Film was shown again on the same ground. Many people came to this showing to learn more about this God who gave them water. 18 people gave their lives after seeing the film and are praying for a permanent church to be planted in their village.

Update from 2/6/2018

This cute, little 9-year old girl's name is Savithri. Her mother died in childbirth, and her father died when she was 5 years old from a snake bite. Her grandparents have been caring for her ever since. Unfortunately, this means it is this child's responsibility to collect her family's water since her grandparents are too elderly to make the trek. She travels with women from her village to keep her safe, but she is unable to attend school. At least she didn't until now. Her village received the gift of a water well, and it changed everything. Savithri doesn't have to travel on uneven gravel roads. After she finishes her household chores and prepares food for her grandparents, she can attend an education center in her village. She is catching up in school and wishes to be able to provide for her grandparents and keep them healthy.

Update from 1/24/2018

This community in India regularly suffered from migraine headaches, and villagers attributed their suffering to having to consume the polluted, canal water. Their headaches became so bad that they were at risk of falls while carrying the water they had collected. All of them prayed for someone to solve their water problems. When Water of Life came to bring new life through clean water, the women heaved a sign of relief. They feel that their headaches will be no more because of this gift brought to them by the donors.

Update from 1/24/2018

The people of the York Community used to fetch water from an open, hand dug well close to the swamp. This was the same well where the women would wash their clothing on the weekends. There is a local church in this community, but they have never had the opportunity to watch the Jesus Film. They were amazed to hear Jesus talking in their own language and learn more about Him. Many people, including children and youth, made the decision to begin following Jesus after watching this film. The pastor of the local church was encouraged by the response and is grateful for Water of Life for providing his community with clean water.

Update from 1/17/2018

The students of this Christian School used to collect their water from a creek before this well was drilled. During the dry season, the creek water runs very slow and become very dangerous for drinking purposes. 98% of the student population are Christian and attend worship regularly, but the gift of this well has made God's love real for them. For that, these students want to extend their thanks and appreciation to the Water of Life family.

Update from 1/17/2018

Because you gave, a well was drilled in Jarkhand State . After drilling the well, a group of 16 Indian pastors started to work in the whole village. About 80% of the people came to know about Christ during these visits. Sylom Pastors League appointed a permanent pastor there, and the village begin to provide for both the pastor and the church. This is our first victory in Jarkhand State. The village is starting to construct the church now with their saved amounts. Sylom Pastors League agreed to help them with cement, iron, and sand. The church continues to grow, and at the time of the holidays nearly 400 people attended this church. Thank you for your giving that makes church plants like these possible.

Update from 1/10/2018

Pastor Ramesh Chandra, who visits Azadnagar village once in a while to evangelize faith among the residents, told them that their problem would be solved by the God in near future. When he went after the bore well was started, many of the residents thanked him for his optimism. He told them that it was not his optimism that brought them water, but their faith in the God. They all agreed and joined the faith and started going to his Church. There is a steady growth in Church goers in the colony.

Update from 1/3/2018

Two ground wells catered to the water needs of the villagers in Kanakalapalli, India until one after the other dried up. This was 5 years ago, and ever since then, these people depended on water sources located kilometers away. They needed to walk on uneven gravel roads and carry the water back with the help of a yoke. Two dengue deaths due to poor sanitation have occurred recently including a young mother of two. All of the villagers became very worried about their family members following the dengue incidences. This bore well was provided to this village just as they were waiting for some relief. They are so grateful for the donors, pastor, and God Almighty for arranging this bore well.

Update from 1/3/2018

The Dauzon Community in Liberia struggled to collect water from an open well that frequently ran dry. Water of Life heard their pleas for help and came to drill a new bore well. During the dedication ceremony for this hand pump, the chairperson of this community said they have learned how to care for this hand pump and will put it to good use. There were shouts of praise and jubilation from the villagers as they shared from Proverbs 3:5 - "Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding." The chairperson then offered a prayer and extended his thanks for the donors who made this possible.

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