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Located on Lake George in Western Uganda, the small community of Nyakera has not had the opportunity to reach its full potential, one full of so many rich resources, because of one simple fact: Over 100 Years of No Clean Water. Sustainable Missions Inc. (SMI) and the Nyakera Gospel Center have joined with Healing Waters to help this…

Read about HWI Director of Partnerships Ryan Decker’s “Trinity of Support” in the most recent edition of “The Phoenix.” Click here to read the full article.

Ministering in the developing world, we frequently face challenges surrounding ownership and accountability for the projects we provide. As stewards of God’s resources, can we determine the level of “skin in the game” of a potential ministry partner? Not always. When we can, it’s a true blessing. Lluvias de Gracia Church sits in the heart of…

We can’t emphasize enough the power of Sowing Seeds for Christ.  Check this out.

A great darkness has fallen over West Africa. Mainstream media doesn’t hesitate to allude to the depth of that darkness and they aren’t exaggerating in this case. The darkness is vast and deep for our brothers and sisters in that section of our world. To date there have been over 3,000 deaths reported, primarily in…

Lunch at the Comedor As a line of hungry people forms outside of the comedor, Sandra puts the finishing touches on today’s meal. She hoists a blue five-gallon bottle – filled to the brim with water – onto the counter and prepares a large pitcher of horchata, a popular drink made with water, rice powder, and cinnamon.…

“I used to worry so much about my children. We were sick all the time. Our water was so dirty, and we lived with parasites, diarrhea and fungus. It was just part of our daily lives.”

A large crowd of people – packed with young and old alike – congregate outside of the church. Loud cheers ring out as the soccer game, taking place nearby, continues. Today is the finals match, but that’s not the only reason the community has gathered together.

“Olivero is becoming famous!”As she says these words, Martha Butler de Lister, the National Director of Food for the Hungry — Dominican Republic, lets out a laugh. She laughs not because it’s a joke, but because it’s true. And it still seems unbelievable.