We are almost halfway to our goal of $2,000 to provide a clean water well to the people of India. I'm currently reading a book called The Unexpected Adventure by Lee Strobel and Mark Mittelberg. It's about taking everyday risks to talk with people about Jesus and the unexpected adventures that come along with that. I believe we could accurately describe our efforts to fund these clean water wells in Sudan and India as an unexpected adventure. God continues to surprise us by bringing so many different people from so many different locations and walks of life along with us to bring clean and living water to people throughout the world. What started as three small families from a small town in Alabama has now included young adults in Birmingham, school children in Gadsden, two anonymous matching donors, a children's ministry in Troy, birthday parties, and much more that we're not even aware of. We are so thankful to everyone that has seen the physical and spiritual urgency associated with the world wide water crisis and has chosen to do something about it. May we be careful to give all glory and praise to our marvelous Creator and Savior for everything done through this project, and for the souls that will be saved when His word goes forth.
We would be very grateful if you would consider making a donation towards this project during the Christmas season. You can always do so by clicking on the link on the right side of this page.