Stories

  • Drilling a well in Shimba Hills

      I decided to spare all the dialog and just tell this story in pictures.  Here goes (I’ll quickly “wrap up” at the end.)                                                               […]

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  • Water Returns to Tiny Village of Doemouth, Liberia

    I visited this tiny village in Liberia, with Pastor Isaac Zoedah, in April of this year. I had asked him to take me to some of the locations where there was a real need for a source of safe water to drink. To get to this community he had to drive me well beyond the […]

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  • “Siku tano! (five days) – Just like that!”

    Siku tano.  Five days!  That’s all it took them, was 5 days!  Not 4 weeks, like at the last well at Nguluku.  But here in the tiny Barcelona community, Justin, Peter, Fred and Geoffrey – in just five days – drilled to 205 feet and then installed and completed the well pump.  I tell you, […]

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  • No Rest for the Weary

    Barely recovered from a most trying 4-week ordeal, drilling and completing the last difficult, yet successful well at Nguluku, the amazing men of MoreWater4Kenya (MW4K) are back at it. This time they’re in Barcelona. No, not the site of the 1992 World Summer Olympics. It’s actually a tiny Shimba Hills community (unincorporated, we would call […]

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  • Water Comes to Nguluku

      “Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character, and character, hope.  And hope does not put us to shame, .  .  . “  Romans 5: 3-5 Perseverance! That is the name of our drill team.  Surely Justin, Peter and Fred, with timely help […]

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  • Nguluku Well Project Continues

    I just realized that I have been back in the states for more than a week and I have yet to update yawl on the status of this ornery well.  When last visited, you may recall, I was just leaving Kenya and the drill was broke down.  Well, while I was in Liberia, I got word that Justin […]

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  • Well, That Didn’t Work!

    After all the scurry to get to Mombasa and find the right part; after a morning of tear-down; after 4-1/2 hours in a fundi’s sparsely equipped machine shop – building up, then machining off excess metal for the re-building of our drill swivel shaft; after a failed attempt to re-install the shaft – then returning […]

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  • Nguluku (‘Nnngew-lew-kew”) Well Update

    Don’t ask me, I don’t come up with the names of these communities. Believe me, I have asked them, “Why don’t you try easier names.   Then maybe visitors will be able to say them without twisting their tongues all up in their mouths. Who knows, they might even remember them.” But they just laugh at […]

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  • “When He Reigns, He Pours (His Love Down on Us)!”

    An amazing series of discussions led to a miraculous result (in my book) recently. It all started when our Midland Office Manager, Sonia introduced me to her husband, Gary, at a convention mixer in Midland, last fall. Gary was particularly intrigued with my well ministry in Kenya and we talked for the longest time that […]

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  • Water Returns to Dumbule

    Whenever I am blessed to see More-water provide a new water source for a community that has none, I get so excited that I almost cannot contain myself.  But when I later find out that the well is no longer producing, it breaks my heart.   I feel the pain of these people, who were so excited […]

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