We who are blessed with a constant source of water on tap find it difficult to imagine life without a ready source of water. Without water, we cannot live, so when a village without water gets a well, it is cause for rejoicing!
The villages of Sayoo and Gaa Beni in Ghana were overjoyed when water began to flow from the pump. In Gaa Beni, children sat under the pump and played in the water. In Sayoo, women were so excited they danced and ran to the pump to obtain water until 2:00 a.m.
A very good supply of water is present in all 3 of the wells, bringing rejoicing and satisfaction to the Mobile Care Mission Ghana well drilling team; Gila Valley Baptist Association partners in Casa Grande, Arizona; and, most especially, the residents of the 2 villages. Money to drill these wells was provided by Pure Water, Pure Love (PWPL), a ministry of WMU. PWPL demonstrates the love of Christ by meeting the basic, physical need for potable water and alleviating the burden women throughout much of the world share—finding water for their households.
Pastors are working in both villages to meet the spiritual needs of the people by sharing the gospel message. As Fushenie said, “Now, we will have to see if these wells will bear fruit.” Pray that the people in these villages would respond to the gospel message.
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