wordless wednesday: well water in kenya

Written by Dan King

Christ-follower. husband. father. author of the unlikely missionary: from pew-warmer to poverty-fighter. co-author of activist faith: from him and for him. school of ministry and missions instructor. president of fistbump media, llc.

August 5, 2009

well water in kenya

6 Comments

  1. sikhism

    A great perspective on the US recession when one considers how other people are forced to live. Keep up the great work! Thanks. Happy WW

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  2. BibleDude

    This well was a prized possession of this family in Kenya. I just couldn't imagine drinking, bathing, and cooking with that water though… Regardless of what I thoughtm these guys were very fortunate! Amazing difference in perspective!

    Now if you'l excuse me, I need to go get a glass of water from the faucet in my kitchen…

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  3. Mikes Sumondong

    I am saddened by seeing this. when we waste water we easily get from faucets some people suffer using this well.

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  4. BibleDude

    The crazy thing about this is that they consider themselves extremely blessed to have this, while most Americans would have the same response that you did… that they have to 'suffer' with this…

    It almost makes me feel guilty for taking a shower…

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  5. Mikes Sumondong

    i share the same feeling about the shower thing. =(

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  6. Mikes Sumondong

    i share the same feeling about the shower thing. =(

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