Reaching The Un-Reached Through Our Water Project Verse14

 "And let our people also learn to engage in good deeds to meet pressing needs, that they may not be unfruitful." Titus 3:14


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 Here are some of our pictures from our work in South Sudan.


Many people in East Africa, and certainly over the world, do not have sufficient clean water. These pictures in South Sudan are representative of the conditions there.  They also tell a story of a portion of the work that we do and the reason we call our organization gospeltecture.  While living in South Sudan, Mike Vincent supervised and participated in the repair or replacement of over 40 hand pumps.  As you can see from the pictures above, the existing water source was very bad and the access difficult.  We found that many people carried water a long distance.  Some carried water as far as 10 kilometers (over 6 miles) each way, each day.



The community is required to participate in the repair or replacement of the hand pump so that they will have a vested interest in their water source.  When an Afridev hand pump is installed tools, spare parts and training are provided so that future repairs can be made by the community.  The wells are chlorinated and hygiene training is provided so that it is possible for the community to maintain a clean source of water.  Of course, the kids are always ready to pose for pictures!



As we have said, this benevolent act will never overshadow gospeltecture's ministry of evangelism and discipleship.  At each well our message is simple, we always share with the community that we do this work because God loves them, we love them and are here to tell them about His love.  We then present the Gospel and provide a time for the people to accept Christ as their personal Savior.  We then pray with them a prayer of commitment.  Please visit our "Get Involved" page and read about our Verse14 project.


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