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Clean Water for the Third World

Posted by Administrator on 3/27/2014

MISSION NEWS

Water and Health for Walabad

by Elayne Alexander, March 2014

Why do something for only a couple of people when you can do it for an entire village,” she said with a sparkling smile. Susan Uriarte, Director of the Women Together in Christ ministry related her plans to the New Horizons group at Shepherds Grove Church in November of 2013. She and her members planned to hold their annual fundraiser to benefit our missions in South Asia and her excitement was apparent in her gestures. The group decided that funds should be used to provide clean water in Walabad Village, where just over 200 Christians live and worship.

Clean water is a major life-giving commodity in any third-world country but in South Asia, it

Tents Become Home in Third World

Posted by Administrator on 3/17/2014

Tents Become Home

Simple but Effective Shelter & Warmth in the Third World

Through the generosity of Donors, New Horizons Missions was able to purchase much-needed huge tents, heaters, and rugs for flooring. Each year, many of our congregations experience devastating floods.  Many of the poorest live in a tattered tent and theses are often washed away by the rushing waters, along with what few belongings they have acquired.

These 250-occupancy tents are used as shelter for those living under trees or out in the open. Pastors report to us that the most needy, newborn babies and their mothers, are particularly grateful for the warmth on the cold, foggy nights of their winter. Without the heat many would die.

Water & Health for Walabad

Posted by Administrator on 3/8/2014

Water and Health for Walabad

 by Elayne Alexander

Why do something for only a couple of people when you can do it for an entire village,” she said with a sparkling smile. Susan Uriarte, Director of the Women Together in Christ ministry related her plans to the New Horizons group at Shepherds Grove Church in November of 2013. She and her members planned to hold their annual fundraiser to benefit

Clean Water

our missions in South Asia and her excitement was apparent in her gestures. The group decided that funds should be used to provide clean water in Walabad Village, where just over 200 Christians live and worship.

Clean water is a major life-giving commodity in any third-world country but in South Asia, it