Providing Water Filters for Missionaries

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WMU®’s Pure Water, Pure LoveSM considers it a privilege to serve our missionaries in such a tangible wayproviding a clean water source. Here are just a few of the thank you notes we have received from missionaries.

Thank you so much for working out the logistics of getting s the new water filter. We already have it installed and are drinking the much-cleaner water from it now. (You should see the water that comes out naturally.) Please know that we do not take for granted the blessings God provides, even the WMU for helping us have clean water.

—The Fletcher family
Poland

 

 

Many pure thanks for the water filter for our family.
Missionaries Mark and Pam Grumbles
Costa Rica

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for the water filters. What a blessing you are. As a young girl I grew up a proud GA and learned about all the influence you have. Now, as my husband and I head to work among an unreached people group, we praise the Lord for your prayers and support.

Thank you so much for blessing us the way you do.—Last Frontier Missionaries

 

One of the biggest challenges in living in ******** is staying healthy. There are countless reasons for this, but certainly one of the major factors is clean drinking water. You all have helped solve that problem for all of us involved with the ministry here. We really cannot thank you enough for providing the water filter systems. They are working out beautifully. The filters are providing safe drinking water for our family, Pastor Samuel’s family, the orphanage, and for the pastor training school. The total number of people directly benefiting is around 55. Thank you again for this generous provision.
Thank you from missionaries serving in a last frontier area

Thank you very much for providing these filters. I use mine for all my drinking and cooking water. The water in my country is pumped directly from the river into homes (or physically drawn from the river). Clean water to drink is such a blessing!
Thank you from missionaries serving in a last frontier area

 

 

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