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A Heart to Help

Water Mission Peru staff carry a generator into a community.
Water Mission Peru staff carry a generator into a community.

Randal and Marilyn Messick from Georgetown, Texas, are a couple with a tremendous heart for helping others. Randal is retired law enforcement, after serving as a State Trooper on the Texas-Mexico border. Marilyn was a hospice nurse and also served as a field nurse in Peru and across Africa in the 1980s. Read More

Healing Families, Loving Enemies: Mosul, Iraq

Tim works to implement a safe water solution Iraq.
Tim works to implement a safe water solution Iraq.

Over Christmas, Tim Darms, one of our Charleston engineers, traveled to Mosul, Iraq, with Samaritan’s Purse to implement a safe water treatment system to serve their mobile hospital. Safely back home, he took some time to write about his experience and the blessing of living out God’s calling to love both our friends and those who persecute us. Read More

Uniting Christians and Muslims through WASH

WASH Training Conference in Kabira, Uganda
WASH Training Conference in Kabira, Uganda

As the Apostle Paul wrote in 2 Timothy 2:2, “The things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses, entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others.” Water Mission believes in offering people both physical life through safe water and eternal life through the Living Water message of Jesus Christ. We are called to disciple and build up Christian leaders who can multiply our work. Read More

Kingdom Impact in Kenya

Pastors Conference, Kenya, Water Mission and In Touch Ministries
Pastors Conference, Kenya, Water Mission and In Touch Ministries

Over the past year, our Water Mission Kenya staff, in partnership with In Touch Ministries, has been organizing and leading Life Principles conferences throughout the country of Kenya. These conferences train pastors in the Scriptures as well as providing new technology, such as The Messenger, that assist in the distribution of the gospel. This spring, Water Mission Kenya’s staff pastor, Harron Sabila Adams, conducted a Life Principles conference in the city of Kitale. Below, he recounts the kingdom impact these three days had on the 90 pastors in attendance. Read More

Pastor Etienne – Calling A Refugee Camp “Home”

Pastor Etienne and family
Pastor Etienne and family

Pastor Nduwimana Etienne has called the Nyarugusu Refugee Camp his home for over four months now. Originally from the Rutana province of Burundi, his life has been forever changed by the turmoil and conflict within the government in his home country. “From [our home in] Burundi to the border I traveled by foot, but UNHCR picked us up at the Tanzania border,” he recounts. “The journey was very bad because we came in the night. During the day it was too dangerous for us to travel. It took three days from the time I left home to arrive in ... Read More