St. Paul Lutheran Church

147 West Forest Street
Clyde, OH 43410
419-547-9225

Pastor: Kurt Luebkeman

Mission

Partners w/ Panzo Family

Dear Partners in mission,
We are sending you our October Prayer News in attachment just to keep you posted about our work and what is happening around us. Generally we are doing well by God grace and fulfilling the work that we are doing together. We are so thankful for your giving and prayers that maintain us in the field by His mercy.
Let the almighty God continue to use and bless your effort as you are advancing His work through us.
Blessings.
Didi & Serafina.

World Mission Prayer League   +   Diedone Panzo   +   wmpl.org/blogs/dspanzo

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As we look back on 2018, we are continually grateful for you, our church partners.

Together, we saw hope restored through safe water! In 2018 we:

  • Surpassed a total of 4 million people with access to safe water
  • Completed safe water projects in 150 communities and 13 countries
  • Served more than 50 communities in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria (and we plan to work in at least 20 additional communities in 2019)
  • Expanded our work in refugee settlements, where we've successfully delivered safe water to more than 240,000 refugees since 2015
  • Witnessed thousands of lives being transformed through safe water and the Living Water message of Jesus Christ

Thank you for your support in making all of this possible!
 

Molly Greene, Water Mission's Co-founder and Chief Stewardship Officer, recently wrote about all that the Lord accomplished through Water Mission in 2018. Click below to read her reflections. 

 

2018 I2018mpact

See I am doing a new thing!
Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? 
I am making a way in the wilderness
and streams in the wasteland.

- Isaiah 43:19

 

Please reach out to J.D. Meeder with any questions. 

jmeeder@watermission.org
843.769.7395

 

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Dear Church Leader,

After hovering off the southeastern coast of Africa for more than a week, Cyclone Idai made landfall in Mozambique on March 14. It then moved west to Malawi and Zimbabwe, leaving behind widespread flooding and loss of lives, homes, and infrastructure throughout the region.

According to the United Nations, Cyclone Idai may be one of the most devastating natural disasters ever to strike the Southern Hemisphere. An estimated 2.6 million people have been affected to date, including at least 350 killed — and tragically, the death toll continues to rise. Displacement camps throughout southern Malawi are hosting those left without homes, and safe water is among the most urgent needs.

With 18 years of disaster relief experience and 10 years of work in Malawi, Water Mission is uniquely positioned to respond to this disaster. Our staff are already in Malawi to coordinate disaster response efforts and expand the capacity of our existing water treatment solutions in the region. At the same time, more Water Mission staff and equipment are on the way. We are also collaborating with partners on the ground in Mozambique and shipping disaster relief equipment to help serve survivors in the affected areas.

As we work to provide safe water access in this emergency situation, please pray for the victims of this heartbreaking disaster and for our staff as they work around the clock to deliver access to safe water. Visit watermission.org/2019Cyclone to support our efforts, knowing that 100% of your gift will help those in dire need.

Blessings,

George C. Greene IV, PE  
President and Chief Operating Officer

P.S. We're honored to be recognized by Charity Navigator, the New York Times, and ReliefWeb as a charity to trust for Cyclone Idai relief! Thank you for your support.

 

This page was last updated on 03/23/19