Neverthirst and World Water Day - Radical

Neverthirst and World Water Day

With World Water Day coming up this Sunday, March 22nd, it’s a good time to introduce you to a ministry whose mission is “to love and serve and walk alongside the poor with dignity while empowering people to gain access to clean water.” Meet Neverthirst.

Neverthirst seeks to provide clean and living water to those who need it most. This means serving people of all races, religions, ethnicities, and genders in order to bring clean water, health, and hope. Neverthirst aims to meet urgent physical needs, while partnering with like-minded churches and ministries to address the greatest need of every person on the planet – the gospel of Jesus Christ. Visit their website here to find out more.

Neverthirst is asking people to partner with them on this upcoming World Water Day (March 22nd) in order to provide 100 families in Cambodia with access to clean water. To find out more about how you can help, go here. Because poverty is one of the issues covered in Counter Culture, we’ve included Neverthirst as one of our ministry partners on the Counter Culture book site.

Here’s a short video about what Neverthirst does . . .

Neverthirst is an international non profit Christian organization.

David Burnette serves as the Chief Editor for Radical. He lives with his wife and three kids in Birmingham, Alabama, and he serves as an elder at Philadelphia Baptist Church. He received his Ph.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

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