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World Water Day: One Life at a Time

Last World Water Day, 748 million people were still living without clean water. Today, exactly one year later, we celebrate knowing that number has decreased by 85 million.  Read that number again: 85 million people . . . People who finally have access to safe...

Clean Water is Well Worth It

Nearly 1 million people die every year from waterborne diseases, such as typhoid, cholera, and diarrhea. The cause: Nearly one in ten people still lack access to safe drinking water. Think of all the violence and war in our world today. Thousands of innocent lives are...

After the Crisis: Investing in Sustainability

When we watched the crisis in the Horn of Africa unfold, we felt we couldn’t act quickly enough. We launched an urgent campaign to intervene in the lives of thousands of people by sending containers of nutrient-packed food and medical supplies. What our supporters...

Pt 4 | Real-Life Revolutionaries

In the past three weeks, I have released a blog post every Sunday as part of a four-part series expounding on my recent address to 11,000 students at Liberty University called “Love That Can Change the World.” This week’s post is the final installment of the series. I...

Liberty Students Fight the Famine

It’s been about two months now since I first heard the unsettling reports of famine swallowing up several regions in southern Somalia. I remember sifting through pages of news for relevant information, trying to form some semblance of understanding . . . resolve . . ....
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