A $100,000 Commitment Fulfilled!
In December 2011 Ingomar Living Waters made a 5-year, $100,000 commitment to World Vision in support of its Ghana WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) program. Ghana lies in West Africa, the region with the lowest coverage of improved drinking water and sanitation on the continent. Twenty-six percent of Ghana’s rural population does not have access to clean drinking water, and only 7 percent uses improved sanitation facilities. Ingomar Living Waters most recent installment of $20,000 fulfills their obligation a year earlier than originally committed. Thanks to all who have helped make this possible.


About Ingomar Living Waters
During the 2011 Advent season, Pastor David Streets challenged the congregation at Ingomar Church to look beyond the usual commercialism, shopping, and seasonal pressures that surround us and embrace the opportunity to take a different path.

Pastor Streets crafted his messages around the Advent Conspiracy themes of Worship Fully, Spend Less, Give More, and Love all. The challenge was for Ingomar to make a difference in the world by providing clean water to those who do not have access to it. The Christmas service offerings were dedicated to this new mission focus. The congregation embraced this opportunity and responded with a resounding yes by giving more than $100,000. From that a new program called Ingomar Living Waters was born.

Since 2011, Ingomar Living Waters has blossomed. Ingomar Church has been extravagant in its giving, enabling us to build many wells around the world, including the one pictured above. For more information about our progress, visit ingomarlivingwaters.org. We want every contributor to know how much they’re helping and who they’re helping as we work together to impact the root cause of poverty and early death worldwide: lack of access to clean water.