Water of Life


Kamama’s community in Kenya has fresh water piped from a mountain stream.

Next to air, water is our most essential necessity. Here in the United States, most of us are blessed to have abundant, clean water to drink and use for cooking, growing food, washing clothes, and flushing toilets. We seldom worry that the water we drink could make us sick — or even kill us.

Around the world, hundreds of millions of people do not share this blessing. Every year we recognize this reality with World Water Day on March 22. This is a day to champion the right of people everywhere to have access to affordable, safe, convenient drinking water.

 “I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink.” ~ Matthew 25:35 (NIV)

Pray for people who struggle to find and carry home the water they need.

And rally your friends and family today and to join the Global 6K for Water on May 6. You can walk, jog, or run from anywhere in the world.

Photo©2016 World Vision, Jon Warren

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