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#WorldWaterDay

Did you have a glass of water today? Was it safe to drink? For Elizabeth, the source of water she depended on was filthy and parasite-ridden. Yet, she lost countless…
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Ceremonies to Celebrate New Wells

In Africa, nothing commemorates an important event like a ceremony. And after the implementation of a water well, a celebration is very much in order. We designed a ceremony with…
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Transformation in Tanzania

As our team travels from village to village, a common theme we hear is that we are making history. The village leaders say that the problem of disease and lack…
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Bringing True Life

In a village where you have to put chemicals into dirty water to make it drinkable because cleaner water is 15 kilometres away, it is no surprise that providing a…
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Building Sustainable Futures

While done with good intentions, there have been water systems set up for developing countries that fail to sustain themselves – sometimes breaking down just a few years later, according…
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Embracing the Unexpected

Team member is blessed by the change in plan -  As someone who has been on mission trips every year for six years, Jenny knows that you should not merely…
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A Special Announcement

I trust that you had a good time of rest over the Christmas holidays with your family and friends. But more importantly that you had opportunity to celebrate God's love…
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Witnessing Word and Deed Work Together

“I think I had a romanticized idea of what the trip was going to be like,” Kyra admitted about the LIFE Team to Benin that she participated in last May.…
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Iraq Update

Saleem is your average ten-year-old boy who likes playing soccer and running around. But three years ago, while his family was fleeing from Mosul, IS fighters caught up to them.…
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Gleaners impact Syrian refugees and IDPs

“I’m still in shock; the situation was very, very, very bad,” Simon* told me, the day after their first visit to Debaga Camp at the end of July. “Yesterday I…
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Canadian Girl Spreads Joy Among Mukti’s Residents

Mukti was founded in 1889 in India, where it is known as Pandita Ramabai Mukti Mission, after its founder Pandita Ramabai and the Marathi word ‘mukti’ which means freedom, liberation…

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