Hi, this is Dave. I wanted to put some personal experience and sentiments together. It fits our ministry here at DCF, and I imagine any Christian can benefit from these two personal discoveries. It’s also easy to imagine that many, or even most of you, already know. If so, consider this a thank you, an … Continue reading "Personal Prayer and Bible Study Time"
Water collection involves (1) gathering the rain and channeling it into (2) a storage container, (3) preserving and maintaining the water, and (4) filtering and distributing the clean water that is ready for drinking or gardening. This article considers the first three. Filtering and distribution will be a separate article. A roof is a good … Continue reading "Water Collection"
Water collection, storage, and purification might easily take first place in improving overall living conditions. Clean water not only quenches the thirst, but also raises the food. Even in Uganda, where 40 – 60 inches of rainfall soak the land each year, there are dry seasons that can empty the natural wells and leave the … Continue reading "Water Storage"
Some people have asked, “How much money do I have to give to really help?” The short answer is, “None, but we covet prayer in large denominations.” DCF Uganda uses every nickel we can send to keep the wolves from the door and train Ugandan citizens in a skill in order to earn an income. … Continue reading "An Idea About Donations"