Everyday Story, by Everett and Dave

Everett recently picked out a book on rainwater and natural resources from the library and we've been reading it at night. One page has a picture of a man collecting water from a muddy stream, representing the 10% of the world's population that doesn't have access to clean water. For the last four nights, he's chosen to read this book and always wants to talk about the lack of access to clean water and how we can help.  Everett gets a small allowance every week that he divides into three jars - saving, spending, and giving. He has told us before that he wants to use all his giving money to help cats, but the other day he divided his quarters and decided that eight of them would go to help cats and twelve would go to help people get access to clean water. Invitation: Would you pray with us that we would be moved into action for the broken things in our world? Everett would also invite anyone interested to join him in investing in the work of Blood:Water Mission to help everyone have access to clean water.

Everett recently picked out a book on rainwater and natural resources from the library and we've been reading it at night. One page has a picture of a man collecting water from a muddy stream, representing the 10% of the world's population that doesn't have access to clean water. For the last four nights, he's chosen to read this book and always wants to talk about the lack of access to clean water and how we can help. 
Everett gets a small allowance every week that he divides into three jars - saving, spending, and giving. He has told us before that he wants to use all his giving money to help cats, but the other day he divided his quarters and decided that eight of them would go to help cats and twelve would go to help people get access to clean water.

Invitation: Would you pray with us that we would be moved into action for the broken things in our world? Everett would also invite anyone interested to join him in investing in the work of Blood:Water Mission to help everyone have access to clean water.