Every single neverthirst water project involves the local church. For some regions, that means partnering with a pastor or even a whole house church.
For a small village in rural Cambodia, it started with a woman named Chet Mao.
Chet shared the gospel with her husband over time. “He saw God’s love and accepted Jesus too. Then we worked together to visit the families in our village to share with them about God’s love and build relationships. Our home church grew to five families.”
Chet’s village needed clean water—especially at their local school. Our local partner visited the area and invited Chet’s home church to help lead the community’s water project committee. The five families stepped right up.
“Joining the water project committee gave our church a good opportunity to serve our community and build relationships.” These five families were trained on water, sanitation, and hygiene practices and went out to teach the community about the importance of clean water.
“Now all the children have clean water, and their families are happy with me. They can see that the water came through Christians, from the love of God. Through this water project, I could share the good news with them. Slowly more and more families also became believers.
Now, 20 families are in our home church. All are believers. It started with a few, but it’s grown and grown.” - Chet Mao
Want to support believers like Chet in sharing the gospel to the unreached?
- Empower local believers like Chet
- Meet a community’s most urgent physical need
- Open the door for the church to grow and Christ to be proclaimed
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