Pure Water Pure Love

PWPL brings joy through partnership

PWPL well in Uganda

I was sitting on the ground in Uganda with several children, laughing and playing, when I noticed a group of older children carrying water they had collected from an open, dirty stream.

Growth Emphasis: Plan Summer Events to Keep Children Coming

During the summer months, it's easy to let things slide. Vacations are in full swing and children are out of school. And who could turn down hanging out by the pool on a hot summer day? I'm all for a little sunshine and relaxation, but why not make it a missions moment, as well?

Everyone has Worth

fair-trade artisans and missions

Last week I went on a personal missions trip to Peru to see a well being installed funded in part by a Pure Water, Pure Love grant. The drill had success at the 80-foot mark.

World Water Day: Pure Water, Pure Love

The United Nations’ (UN) World Water Day is held on March 22 each year. Events are organized on or around this day to increase people’s awareness of water’s importance in environment, agriculture, health, and trade.

 

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Pure Water, Pure Love Basics

 

The Goals of Pure Water, Pure Love

  • To supply missionaries with water filters that supply their families with clean water.

Teaching Kids about Pure Water, Pure Love

Water is kind of a big deal. Having clean water is an even bigger deal. Access to clean water can be a real challenge in some parts of the world. This is where Pure Water, Pure Love comes in.

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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!

PWPL: Haiti

Thousands Helped in Haiti
By Amy Bailey

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