In 2012, Flood the Nations partnered with a youth group from Life Church in Fort Collins to provide clean water for another village. This time it was a smaller village with 31 families needing safe water. This team of sixteen planned, prepared, and raised funds for several months to be able to meet the people of Honduras. Just like the previous year, the team had to climb into the back of pickup trucks to get to their destination.
They rolled over muddy, bumpy roads to find San Augustine, a small village with many smiling faces. The local people work hard to make a living every day, but they are full of joy despite the obstacles they must overcome.
Filters to Friends
Every Mission Water Project starts with the goal of raising awareness and funds to bring bio sand water filters to a village in Honduras. Most of the team members have never stepped into a village and do not know who they will meet. However, once they arrive the goal of bringing filters quickly turns to making new friends. They enjoy installing the filters side by side with the families they serve and will have wonderful memories of playing soccer together, cooking meals, and praying with them.
FTN strives to collaborate with each village to bring clean water. We want them all to know that the filters are a gift from God because He cares for them all.
Flood the Nations “Thanks YOU” for helping change another village. From the kids at VBS who donated to the churches that helped, and you!
2013-2014 – Farther
In 2013‐14 we are going farther. We will be expanding into the Copan area for the first time. 2013 will be a time of networking, meeting and preparing more villages for filters and will include a few installations. 2014 will be the largest water filter installation we have done with the goal of 200 filters installed!