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Nepal Water

Jun 16, 2014
The house was half-finished: Steel rods reached for the empty sky, wind whipped through empty window frames, and a gaping stairwell lacked its banister. The church did what they could with what money they had. 

Yet while sparse, the house echoed with laughter and kids and smiles and life. A couple from the church in Kathmandu just moved in with their own children and took in 12 others. Twelve kids who otherwise might not have a decent roof over their heads, a meal to enjoy, or an opportunity to go to school. 

When asked their biggest challenge, the housemother replied, "The children get sick due to unfiltered water, plus they haven't had all of the shots that they need," MTW was able to provide funds for simple water filters as well as much-needed immunizations. 

These children are now getting well. They are drinking clean water and learning, every day, about the source of living water—someone named Jesus who loves them very much. 
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