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A Twist on the Challenge

A Twist on the Challenge

Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Jessie Skelly is a follower of Jesus, a sports fanatic, a dedicated husband and a new dad—but if you were just meeting him, perhaps the first thing you would notice about Jessie is his signature moustache. We recently caught up with him to chat about his involvement with Safe Water September—and why it could signal a sudden end to his long-term relationship with the ‘stache.

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“Can you drill a borehole for me?”

“Can you drill a borehole for me?”

Monday, 27 August 2018

Ntando has seen the devastating impact that a lack of water can have on Zimbabwean families. With shallow backyard wells drying up, people are forced to look for water in streams and rivers, which are often contaminated.

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Invest Your Donation

Invest Your Donation

Thursday, 16 August 2018

No matter how important the cause, raising money can be challenging. Sometimes the best place to start is by making your own donation - but this might feel like a small step in the journey to reaching your goal

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Safe water changed Unite

Safe water changed Unite's life

Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Like most parents, Unite is concerned for her children’s safety and wellbeing. As a teacher, she cares about their education and their future. Living in rural Zimbabwe, feeling vulnerable and worrying for her children’s lives was once a daily reality.

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Why Take the Safe Water September Challenge?

Why Take the Safe Water September Challenge?

Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Do you take water for granted?

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Culturally shaken awake

Culturally shaken awake

Wednesday, 9 May 2018

While working in a retail job many years ago, a Spanish traveller told me that he had not encountered culture during his six months in Australia. Much to my disappointment, 18-year-old me had no rebuttal

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Mission, Activity and the Character of God

Mission, Activity and the Character of God

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Our thinking about mission often starts in the activity of mission—mission as a project. We think of getting up and going out on an edge. Pushing out in a new way, out of our comfort zone

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Making Safe Water Happen: the step-by-step process of installing a borehole in rural Zimbabwe

Making Safe Water Happen: the step-by-step process of installing a borehole in rural Zimbabwe

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

If you’ve ever taken the Safe Water September challenge or donated to someone who has, you may have wondered about the water projects you’re helping fund. 

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Safe Water September

Safe Water September

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Did you know that 663 million people don't have access to safe water? I'm sure you've read and seen ads on TV with similar facts. Unfortunately I think we also can become so desensitised to hearing it, that it never actually sinks in.

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I don't feel called overseas? Can God still use me?

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Firstly…why do we have to always associate mission with overseas? Why can’t we associate mission with each and every day?

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