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Monday, April 27, 2015

Written by Mission Central

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As you know, a massive earthquake has devastated Nepal, and also affected neighboring countries. The death toll is still climbing and much of Kathmandu, the capitol city of Nepal, had been evacuated for fear of continuing after shocks. The American Red Cross has stated that the “primary urgent need is drinking water.” This has been confirmed by TCWM mission partners in Nepal.

TCWM is planning to send water purification devices in the next few days. These devices weigh 50lbs each, are solar powered, and will treat water at a rate of 2.5 gallons per minute. The cost of each of these devices is $1,500.

The plan is to hand-deliver these devices and train local Christian leaders to operate them. We will set up “bottle filling stations” in strategic areas throughout the region. As water is distributed, Christian leaders will share the love of Christ and the gospel with each water recipient.

Water units are being manufactured right now and we need $1,500 for each unit. If you would like to participate in this project to deliver drinking water and “Living Water” to these precious people please call our office immediately at 479-369-4260. Within the next few hours we will also provide a link by which you may give online. We are moving as rapidly as possible and therefore need your financial commitment as soon as possible. So please immediately call 479-369-4260 or email or give online.

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