Thirst Relief

Changing the world through clean water.

Website | www.thirstrelief.com Matt Shepperd, Director & Church Project Liaison | matt@thirstrelief.org Our Mission | Thirst Relief is an international clean water organization focused on local solutions to combat the leading cause of death in children worldwide - water related diseases. Not only is lack of clean water the biggest humanitarian issue facing people globally throughout the developing world, but clean water is THE primary building block for community development and transformation. Through our local partnerships with community leaders, missionaries, and technicians - in conjunction with our generous donors - Thirst Relief is reaching hundreds of thousands of lives through our projects in developing communities. Ongoing Prayer Needs • Our main need at this time is financial support. • Please pray for our committed donors, that they would know grow weary in supporting our work. • Pray for new donor partners to grab a passionate call to join us in our work. When our funding is down, it directly effects our life-saving, and community transforming, work in the field. Serving Opportunities • Creative Storytellers • Social Media gurus • Event planners • Creative fundraisers What does partnering with Church Project mean to your ministry? "Church Project's commitment to serve the world through partnerships is a model other churches should follow. Thirst Relief is thankful for the continued commitment to see the gospel lived out through saving lives and changing communities by real, sustainable and practical means. Church Project's support of Thirst Relief means lives are being saved from death, children get to stay in school, mothers are able to devote less time to water retrieval and more time to the betterment of their families! Thank you for helping us saves lives and change the world through clean water!"

Evangelism // Jeremiah Morris

Acts 1:8 • January 13, 2019 • Jason Shepperd

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January 9, 2019 • Jason Shepperd


Titus 1:5; 2:1 • January 6, 2019 • Jason Shepperd