Living Water Ministry is a 501 c3 organization founded in 2007 to bring to the message of Christ to people of Niger
About Living Water Ministry
Started in 2007 by Delores Dillard. LWMN is non-profit organization seeks to provide material and financial resources to the people of the Western African country of Niger. In addition to meeting economic and physical needs, LWMN spreads the gospel message to many villages through Evangelical campaigns. Delores’ life of service to the Lord is being carried on in Niger by LWMN and its director, Daniel M.
Niger is a country of 18 million people in heart of Western Africa and Sahara Dessert. Over 80% of the population is Muslim and increasing presence of Jihadists in Western Africa, is making it harder Christians or potential believers to publicly profess Christ. Those factors make the Niger a difficult mission field, but with Living Water's efforts being carried out by people that are from Niger and are living amongst the people we are trying to reach, there have been great things accomplished in the name of Christ.
LWMN Director Daniel M is on the far left and he is with the Christian Community is Guecheme village after a service. Daniel has been faithful to the Lord in serving as the director of Living Water Ministry since it was founded in 2007.
Make a secure online donation to Living Water Ministry for Niger by clicking on the Paypal donate button below. All gifts to LWMN are tax deductible and you will receive a giving statement at the end of the year, so please provide your address and other contact information.
What your contribution will go to support:
- Evangelism: LWMN supports six full time Evangelist with $170 per month salary to minister to their own villages. Contacts, interest, decisions for Christ, and follow ups are responsibilities for each evangelist. This info card tells about Evangelist Batoure Daouda.
- Construction Projects: Living Water has completed six church buildings in villages and cities where we are working to share the gospel, Other construction projects have included a solar powered water system and the construction of two new dorms and six blocks of latrines at a bible school.
- Special Projects: Living Water tries to meet the physical needs of families in targeted ways through special projects. Currently, there is a seed distribution programs that gave 150 families (over 1000 people) seeds for vegetable farming. Living Water also has started community gardens in a few villages and some of those have become self-sustaining.
Community Garden Project Church being built by LWMN
Living Water Ministry is the official charity of I:40 Race Service and I:40 Awards & Engraving. Owner Martin Updike, has been a board member since 2015 and took over as President of the ministry in 2018.
Mariama and Haja fetching water from the newly
constructed water stand post in Gwambara village
Jesus film projection in Tare Twatche
2 of the 30 sponsored students that Living Water has helped complete Secondary School through a 10 year commitment