Water is essential for life. Without a clean source of water, children may become desperate and drink unclean water that leads to life threatening illnesses.

This year, on January 15, 16 and 18, three wells were drilled for our churches, schools and medical clinic in Haiti. The first two wells brought up a strong flow of water. The night before drilling in Neply, my husband, Ted, was expounding John 4:13-14: “Jesus answered, ‘Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.’” That evening the congregation prayed together, and in the morning they saw their miracle happen when we hit an artesian well!

 We were blessed with a new well at our Bire church, school, and medical clinic campus.  Jeanne and Ted Loudon enjoyed being in Haiti while all three of the wells were being drilled.

We were blessed with a new well at our Bire church, school, and medical clinic campus. 
Jeanne and Ted Loudon enjoyed being in Haiti while all three of the wells were being drilled.

 To the glory of God, we received an artesian well in Neply, Haiti—home to our first church and school.

To the glory of God, we received an artesian well in Neply, Haiti—home to our first church and school.

We give thanks to our generous God. We are thankful for the well of water, Jesus, who satisfies us and leads us to eternal life. And, we are thankful for His abundant provision for our physical needs. With your help, we will be drilling more wells in the near future. Please pray with us and consider helping us drill more wells—giving a cup of water in His name. ~Jeanne DeTellis Loudon 

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