How a Well Is Bringing Life
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How a Well Is Bringing Life

Can you imagine walking for miles just to get a drink of water? Sure there are lakes and maybe even rivers along the way, but the water contains bacteria that could kill you and your family.

So you head out on that journey to the closest well. The walk back will be even harder. When full, your container has the potential to weigh 40 pounds.

The process alone is hard enough, and we haven't even mentioned the potential threat of harassment and sexual assault along the way. You see more often than not it's women and children who make the journey to gather clean water.

How can these situations be remedied? The answer is providing clean drinking water.

Hand of Hope, through the incredible support of the friends and partners of Joyce Meyer Ministries, works diligently to provide fresh water wells and water filtration systems throughout countries like India, Brazil, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, South Africa and Tanzania. To date we've dug 354 bore wells and installed 1,878 water filters.

Well of Life Projects in India
Hand of Hope strives to provide clean, fresh water for communities through Well of Life projects. The majority of these projects, which include a bore well and a church, are located throughout India, where more than 70 percent of the population lacks access to clean drinking water.

Not only do we have the opportunity to meet one of the most vital physical needs of humanity, we have the opportunity to meet spiritual needs as well. Pastors are available to pray with those who come for water and extend an invitation for them to worship as well.

Our mission is simple. We want to express the love of God through supplying one of the most vital physical needs—fresh water. To date, hundreds of communities and tens of thousands of lives have been completely transformed through this amazing outreach.

Hand of Hope is the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. Our goal is simply to help as many hurting people as we possibly can, to alleviate human suffering and to help Christians grow in their faith.