CLEAN WATER IN AFRICA • It’s amazing to me how sometimes, it’s easy to take things for granted, say for instance a glass of water. Simple and clean. Well, at least it should be. In April 2010, I had the opportunity to travel to Burkina Faso, Africa. According to the United Nations, it’s the third poorest country in the world. I’ve seen first-hand how difficult life can be in Burkina Faso spending 10 days traveling around the entire country filming the people who are so desperate for clean water. Mike Pierce from Atlanta, GA, has a vision of building 1,000 wells for those who need it most; along with “Engage Burkina” who shares the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. According to the 2006 census, the population of the country is 60.53 percent Muslim and have never heard of Jesus. I am so glad to be able to share only a small piece of what I’ve seen. Now, together with my wife Donna, we are doing what we can to make a difference and change the lives of those who are not believers. Last week, Donna had the incredible idea of trading the ” temporal for the eternal” and instead of buying each other Christmas gifts this year, we are going to buy a well and spread the Good News. We urge you and your family to do the same. Visit: http://cleanwaterinafrica.com to find out how you can be a part of it too.
L’eau de Vie-Living Water (Documentary) WINNER BEST DOCUMENTARY 168 FILM FESTIVAL 2012