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The following article describes a visit by members of the Men for Missions group to a remote village in Mozambique. The group's financial support made the drilling of a new village well possible.
The Living Water
One of the most exciting parts of our recent trip to Mozambique was visiting the well and the church at Picoço, a small village out in the bush. We had been praying for Pastor Nélio Nequice and this church ever since we had heard of its beginning. The nearest source of well water was at a Muslim mosque some distance away, but the Muslims require people to convert to Islam in order to get water at the well. Pastor Nélio desired to drill a well at the church property to provide free water to the community and to share the Good News of the Living Water offered by Jesus. There were many obstacles throughout the process of getting the new well, but it was finally finished and operating.
At the Men for Missions office, we had prayed for the project for more than a year during our noontime prayer meetings, and now, to go to the site with Pastor Nélio and see it in operation was such a blessing. When we drove up, several people were at the well, taking turns pumping and filling containers with clean water. We were there for about an hour and a half. During that time, a steady stream of people came to draw water and to fellowship around the well. As we watched and prayed for this site, Pastor Nélio was inside the church building, conducting a baptism class with several people who were going to be baptized the following week. Pastor Nélio invited us in to meet them, and OMS missionary Dave Dedrick gave a short message.
As we considered what we experienced, we couldn’t help but remember the account of the woman at the well found in John 4. The Samaritan woman came to the well to fill her container with physical water, but went away with the Living Water that only Jesus can give. We were watching people come to the well, just like the Samaritan woman, to receive clean, physical water. But many were finding Jesus and were going to be baptized in His name. What a blessing to experience that firsthand and to know that through our prayers, God allows us to be part of what He is doing in a little village in Mozambique.