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Once in awhile we find a chance to do something of unquestionable importance. These opportunities lift our lives out of the ordinary routines of everyday life and allow us to experience meaning and purpose in a direct way.

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That’s why I’m going to Haiti in September 2014, and I’m inviting you to come with me.

I returned from Haiti this weekend after a seven-day mission to help install a water filtration system at a church and school in the village of Papette. Our team of 10 from Fall Creek Wesleyan Church was stretched pretty good, but we accomplished the goal.

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Some 1,200 gallons per day of purified water is not available to the people in that community.

In a country where one in five children dies from water-borne disease, that feels like a huge thing. In a country of 9 million people, most of them living without access to a clean water source, it seems incredibly small.

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Once in awhile we find a chance to do something of unquestionable importance. These opportunities lift our lives out of the ordinary routines of everyday life and allow us to experience meaning and purpose in a direct way.

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That’s why I’m going to Haiti in September 2013, and I’m inviting you to come with me.