Here's how to craft a conspiracy at your church: 1. dream up some DIY gifts. 2. host a craft party—get the whole church involved! 3. save money on gifts made with love. 4. use some of what you saved to offer clean water. It's how Harrisonburg First Church of the Nazarene celebrates each year!
At our 100th Burkina Faso water project, God used Miriam's story of transformational healing to remind us that though Jesus always had compassion on the crowd, he ministered to them one-by-one.
Announcing the newest addition to our Living Water family of drill rigs! The 750 can air-drill or mud-drill at depths even greater than 750 feet—and fit in a 20-foot shipping container. By the end of the month, she'll be happily settled in her new home. We can't wait for her to begin accessing new, safe water!
Rebecca is a living repertoire of Dagara Christian music. When our church-planting partners began ministering in Burkina Faso in 2002, there were no Christian songs in the Dagara language. The praise she now leads relates to Dagara life in a way no missionary could. Read her lyrics and hear them for yourself, recorded on-location!
All the Dagara people we met agreed that witchdoctors had the power to heal, curse, or even kill. We’d seen the scars they left on children’s bellies they’d cut to treat stomach illness caused by water, and we went into Bapuloyaw's “spirit house” to learn more.