Saturday, December 8, 2018

Harmless Humor from our Travels Near and Abroad

Below is a short video containing clips and photos which we hope will touch you with laughter, sweetness and compassion.

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Video and Fundraiser

What a blessing! We have finally had a few days to learn how to combine photos, videos, sounds, etc., to create a twelve minute video of our work with the poor. This video specifically contains only information on our Bolivian water well projects. The first five minutes is a presentation, then the photos and video clips. We hope to have more time to create a full and detailed documentary containing other works we have done or supported. 

Friday, November 16, 2018

Bolivian Wells Were Not Dry!

We recently returned to the States from Bolivia 10/28/2018. We visited to check on the four water wells we drilled for the Tsimenes in the Madidi jungle last summer as the tenth month of the year is the end of dry season and the wells were not dry and functional! We were also able to spend a day with a well driller from Santa Cruz who has been drilling wells for fifteen years and was able to glean from his experience.
Wells are probably the better option for clean and safe drinking water where we have focused our time and resources. However, another great way to provide clean and biologically safe drinking water for the poor in developing countries is through supplying Sawyer Filters and teaching the locals how to use, clean and maintain them.
We are still doing construction work currently to provide for our necessities. However, we are hoping to purchase a drilling rig in Santa Cruz, Bolivia before next summer to drill the wells there from now on. Also, we are seriously considering visiting some families in India early next year. We hope to establish solid long term relationships who could help coordinate future water projects and other needs that need met. After we finish these few construction jobs were have, we plan to focus on The Blessing of Water Inc developments such as: creating a documentary of our work and missions, designing some brochures and engaging in some fundraisers, one being to sell the hand crafted items made in Bolivia that we purchased in La Paz last month.
Many have already voiced interest in the items so these products may go fast. If any are interested in donating to our organization you may click on the following link.
We are a 501 c3 nonprofit organization and none of the officers or directors have been compensated or paid one penny for their work. Travel, food and lodging expenses pertaining to the water projects have been supplied by the organization. Thanks to all for the participation we have experienced:

Another way to support the cause is by sharing our posts on Facebook, sharing our website, liking our Facebook page, telling all your friends and family, and by ordering through Amazon. They have a program called "Amazon Smile". Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to The Blessing of Water Inc when you shop at if you select us as your desired Charity. (You can select a different charitable organization after signing in.) This way you can help us help the poor when you make purchases on Amazon that you would normally make by choosing our non profit. Click the link below to choose The Blessing of Water Inc to be your Amazon Smile non profit:

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Romanian House for Orphans

Praise the Lord! After returning from Bolivia last July we visited a brother for a couple of weeks to help him with his business. Then we traveled to our home base located in Tulsa, Oklahoma to stay for a couple of evenings before leaving for Los Angeles, California to encourage a dear brother for a weekend, then returned to Tulsa, Oklahoma where we worked seven days week for about five weeks so we could leave to do more charitable work. 

We flew from the New York city airport to Copenhagen, Denmark, then from there to Budapest, Hungary and are now traveling by van to Romania. There is a family we have come in contact with who left the States a few years ago and moved to Romania and has adopted a few orphans with severe medical needs. They desire to adopt more such orphans but the government has certain rules which require a certain amount of living space per adopted orphan. So the family has architectural drawings which we intend to use to frame them a house so they can legally adopt more orphans. We have arrangements to be in Romania for about 30 days and plan to build the house with a circular saw, hammer, and nails. This trip was funded by a donor who believes in their mission. We only have about one third of the lumber. If we do not receive the lumber to finish building the house before leaving we may build them a septic tank. The Blessing of Water Inc is volunteering their time. Most expenses have been paid for.

After we return to the States from Romania we plan to drive to Miami, Florida from the New York airport to return to Bolivia. By this time the end of dry season should be approaching and we plan to make sure that the four water wells we drilled last summer for the Tsimenes in the Madidi jungle are not dry and still functional. We also plan to check on a fence project which was funded for a poor family who has tried to grow their food but which wild animals have destroyed because there was no fence keeping them out. Furthermore, there are other poor tribes in Bolivia that our contact plans to take us to visit that we may establish relationships, document their needs, and plan potential water projects. We plan to be in Bolivia for two weeks. 

Next we are hoping to travel to northern Michigan to help a sister who's husband divorced her and who is trying to set up a homestead to raise her children. She is remaining faithful to her marriage covenant. She has been alone for a few years. She does not have much support there. She purchased some property with a little inheritance she received and a trailer home but the exterior of the trailer home is unfinished. If we can make it there before winter sets in we plan to install the sheathing, moisture wrap, and siding to finish the exterior. Thankfully there are a couple of other brothers from other states interested in helping us with this project. 

In Tulsa, Oklahoma we have several customers who will have waited for us to complete these missions so we could do some work for them for personal income. One wants us to finish out their basement, another desires a covered back porch patio with a vaulted ceiling with a hipped roof which matches the rest of the house, another needs a metal roof and several windows replaced, another wants us to build them a home and there is more. Thankfully our customers want us to do the work! They trust us, believe in our mission, and consider our work to be good quality. Therefore, they are willing to wait between missions for us to do the work. 

During our personal income work we have plans to visit India and Africa to confirm and establish relationships and to document needs for potential water projects. We hope to do this between jobs this winter. 

It is a blessing to labor for what is eternal as our Lord commanded His disciples (John 6:29). We have experienced an increased joy and strength amidst all of our trials and work! Our first love is kindled bright! We are at peace working seven days a week when necessary because we believe that against such work (charity) there is no law. Time is short! The need is great! The laborers are few! May the Lord stir all of our hearts to a deeper devotion, clearer understanding, and an increased vision for His holy will and everlasting kingdom! 

We have been blessed and encouraged by all the financial support that keeps coming in, for all of the prayers and those who have taken interest and time to leave us encouraging messages. Please pray for our thoughts to be guided by the Spirit of God as we travel and labor; that the unity of the Spirit would be kept in the bond of peace; that we would have favor with authorities and customs agents; that we would be sensitive to the spiritual needs of those around us. God will not forget labors of love! Teamwork makes His dream work! Images of the Romania house for orphans are below.

Grace and peace be multiplied unto all!
David Valderrama

Friday, July 27, 2018

Bolivia Well Projects Financial Report 2018

Four wells completed, improved another well, and gave other needful and useful items to the Tsimenes who live in the Madidi Jungle.

§  Project Expenses:  Money directly used for well material, hired workers to help with well labor and set-up, drilling rig and equipment, etc. $6,139.86

§  Travel Expenses:  Plane tickets (to Bolivia and within Bolivia for four officers and one director which we all worked on the projects), gas, taxis (in Bolivia), river crossings (in Bolivia), and tolls.  $4,599.13

§  Lodging Expenses from 05/27/2018 to 06/28/2018:  Rooms to, in, and from Bolivia over the period of thirty three days. $876.51

§  Food/Needs Expenses: Food, water, medicine, toilet paper, batteries, cell phone data, etc. $821.12

§  Service Expenses: Parking garage for the van, ATM fees (money donated while we were in Bolivia could only be withdrawn in small amounts from the ATM which we traveled about three hours to use in Rurrenabaque. There were several small fees which totaled nearly $70), travel agent fees, Western Union transfer fees, local guide and assistance fees, laundry, and currency exchange fees. $778.92

§  Miscellaneous Expenses: Cheap tents to camp with in the jungle, sleeping pads, cheap rubber work boots, sun hats, cell phone, money given to the poor locals, cooking utensils, machetes, water bottles, etc. (a lot of this stuff we gave to the Tsimenes where we drilled the wells and they were VERY THANKFUL i.e. tents, utensils, etc.) $645.16
Total amount of expenses used from The Blessing of Water Inc business account for the 2018 Bolivian well projects: $13,860.70

The above total does not include $1,716.98 that we used on our personal credit card. We also donated some personal funds included in the $13,860.70. We are not reimbursing ourselves for the credit card amount, nor is anyone currently compensated for their work. We are happy to serve for free. However, if we were occupied drilling wells and ministering to the poor full-time we would need a little compensation: currently, all of the officers and directors live together on 2 ½ acres with a few others. We all have been living off of less than $21,000 each year. We have been working with our hands to provide for our needs and the needs of others. 

The IRS requires every 501 c3 nonprofit organization to file an annual 990 tax return. This return is in the public domain so that donors may learn how their contributions are really being used. We encourage everyone to do their research. Look up your favorite charity. Some claim that 100% of your donations are used only for the projects. I have researched this and found this to be untrue. I have researched many noteworthy and “trustworthy” organizations that are doing a great work, but are not totally transparent. In the 990 IRS tax form you can easily learn how much the CEO and other officers and directors are allowing themselves to be compensated for their labor (salaries) and how many hours they work each week for the organization. You can also learn if they pay themselves bonuses and other rewards. You will be surprised. We were. The lowest salary I have seen is about $50,000 each year for one officer . . . the highest is nearly $1,000,000 each year for one officer! At first I tried to give the CEO the benefit of the doubt by thinking, “Surely they give back to the organization”. But that would not make any sense as every officer has to pay taxes on what they receive for their salaries. That being said, we are sincerely hoping to earn the trust of supporters by being very transparent and encouraging all to do their research. Since we are a newly formed (2018) 501 c3 nonprofit, we have no 990 tax form as of yet.

The IRS does not require nonprofits to reveal their personal income or expenses unaffiliated with the nonprofit. But we think it would be encouraging to others. Where does the money go that we personally earn doing construction? This money we earn is not affiliated with The Blessing of Water Inc. This is our personal work/business and we use the money we earn from this personal work to provide for eight persons in the following way (estimated costs):
Monthly property 2 1/2 acres and house payment: $400.
Monthly van Payment: $200.
Monthly cell phone and internet:  About $300.
Monthly electric bill: $200.
Monthly water bill: $75.
Monthly cars and home insurance average: $158.33.
Gasoline: $225
Monthly Christian healthcare payment:  $45.00
Monthly food and hygiene: $60.00 (we recycle most of our food and hygiene products therefore this total is only estimated at $60 per month for 8 people)
Monthly garbage: $24
Property tax: $29.16 (Annually about $350 taxes on 2 ½ acres and one home)
Now all of the above is necessary for The Blessing of Water Inc to continue, for example: You cannot have a nonprofit organization without a physical address. We cannot make posts without any internet. We cannot make the necessary calls for our work without phones, or send emails and do easy research without service or internet. If we were citizens of a developing nation and based there our cost of living would decrease exponentially. But for a few small families living together in the U.S. we are doing what we can to minimize personal costs to maximize our giving.

Total of personal expenses which we pay for using money we personally earn doing construction work NOT associated with The Blessing of Water Inc:  $1,716.49 monthly; this would be $20,597.88 annually. Now only four of the eight persons living here are officers of the organization. Collectively, even if we were receiving $500,000 each year in donations and worked full-time ministering to the poor, our personal expenses would not change and all that we would need for personal expenses is the above total $20,597.88, providing all prices of things continue as they are and no emergencies, etc. arise. That is less than half of what the least paid single officer of a nonprofit organization which has the most modest salaries that I found online in the 990 tax forms receive annually. I am not trying to condemn a modest salary but we have learned a few things about living simply, that others may simply live.

You may be asking yourself: Is all of this personal information about the officers of The Blessing of Water Inc necessary? For some no; others possibly; still others, yes. We (as well as so many we have met) have heard of so many crooked and dishonest charities, officers of the organizations crying on television because children are starving or need clean water while they wear gold and live in luxury homes or even have multiple homes. Charities have lost their credibility! Folks have seen the hypocrisy and desire to give but do not want to support hypocrites. Many officers of nonprofit organizations have multiple homes or have a nice home for one single family: there are a few small families living on our property in one home. Many officers go out for fine dining with salaries they receive for their “charitable” services: we primarily recycle food from the metal bins behind grocery stores. Many officers of nonprofits have no convictions forbidding them to use money they receive from the nonprofit organization for their services on vacations, decorations for their homes, bodies, lawns, and cars; to purchase collectibles, antiques, souvenirs, junk foods, hobbies, entertainments, etc.; we do not use any personal money, much less donations, period, for vacations, hobbies, decorations, souvenirs, antiques, collectibles, junk foods, or entertainments or for any such like things. Rather, we strive to use all of our time and resources to help those in need. We are learning to live simply, that others may simply live.
We thank everyone for their support and genuine love for the poor. We would not have been able to provide four wells and other needs of the Tsimenes by ourselves in such a short time without the help of those who gave. 

Romania 08/2018
We have been informed of a building project in Romania. A family has moved to the country to adopt orphans with medical needs. They need volunteers to help construct a home for their family and those whom they have adopted and hope to adopt. Our plane tickets, food, and lodging have already been vouched for/sponsored. We are not receiving any money for our labors so we only need to complete a few personal construction projects in Oklahoma to earn what we need to pay for our personal expenses for about one month. We may stay in Romania for 3-5 weeks. We are still thoughtfully considering how long we should stay. We are planning to leave approximately 08/20/2018.
Bolivia 10/2018
Ryan Luedeker (Treasurer) and David Valderrama (President), plan to return to Bolivia in October 2018 during dry season to check on the wells we drilled, travel to other needy villages, and to document the fence project. Our Bolivian contacts have informed us that the need for safe and clean water in Bolivia is large enough for us to drill ten wells each year for the next few years. There are other nonprofit organizations in Bolivia (especially near or in Santa Cruz) that drill wells but all the ones I emailed back and forth with have never drilled wells that far north. The area we drilled is difficult to reach. Ten wells every year could amount to possibly $17,000 each year for all expenses. We are also seeking to learn how to be more efficient and resourceful. If you have any ideas you may email

The Gambia Possibly Winter 2018
Furthermore, we are considering sending a committee to the Gambia, located in West Africa to research firsthand and to document the need for safe and clean water. We have heard reports of serious water-borne diseases and it is possible to relieve those afflicted and to prevent others from becoming afflicted by simply providing safe and clean water and potentially medicines to treat those infected. Teamwork makes the dreamwork. 
Asia and Africa 2019
India, Nepal, and Malawi we have also been considering. There are needs there, but funds are limited.
The need is great . . . but God’s love is greater!
Water is a very basic need. Statistics state that over six hundred million people around the world lack access to safe and clean water to simply drink; that thousands die every day from lack of sanitation and water related diseases. The problem is solvable. It would be a blessing to continue helping those born into such conditions. We are willing to live simply and go. We need your help to help them. We would be glad to hear back from any who read this letter and appreciate or do not appreciate it. Your response is welcome.

If you are interested in contributing towards helping folks get safe and clean water you may visit our donate page using the following link: 

If you desire to help with our cause but are unable to contribute financially, there is still a lot you can do by promoting our organization by telling friends and family, sharing our website, liking our page and posts on Facebook, or even doing your own private fundraisers!

We plan to make the documentary when we have time. We have no media director. However, David has some software he can use to create a documentary using videos, pictures, and other details of the trip when he has time. 
Grace and peace be with you all.

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Bolivian Well Projects 2018

Greetings friends and supporters:
peace be with you all! We drilled four wells in the Madidi jungle for the Tsimemes. They were very thankful. We have uploaded photos and a few short videos on to two Facebook accounts (David Valderrama & Tsipporah Valderrama). We are currently working with our hands helping a brother get his business caught up so he can spend time with his family so we have not returned to our home-base in Oklahoma where we could work on The Blessing of Water Inc Bolivia trip documentary. We have also been asked to frame the building for an orphanage in Romania, put the roof on and to close it in. If all things are ready there we plan to go do it. This will further prolong our documentary for the Bolivian wells. Our flights and other accommodations would be supplied if we decided to build the orphanage in Romania. They only need skilled laborers and that is the kind of work that the directors of The Blessing of Water Inc do when not working with the poor and to raise support.

As of yet, we have not needed to compensate ourselves for the charitable work we have provided. For our personal expenses we have worked with our hands and have paid i.e. house payment, water bill, electric bill, gas bill, insurances, phones, land payment, etc. Howbeit, The Blessing of Water Inc team collectively only needs about $1,100 total each month for such expenses. This is because we have learned how to live simply. All donations have went towards causes specifically related to the charitable work. Howbeit, if we do begin to receive more donations and are able to meet more needs of the poor we may need compensation to continue our monthly payments because our time would be consumed with charitable work all of the time and not carpentry for personal business. Many charitable organizations pay tens of thousands of dollars to various single directors and so forth. Some directors receive $50,000 to millions of dollars annually. We have no worldly ambitions or care so we do not need such salaries. For all of The Blessing of Water's most basic needs to be met annually (six directors/officers) would only be under $21,000 annually which also supports relatives living with us. We have been doing carpentry/construction to meet these needs and to help fund the charitable work ourselves. Either way, we are glad that we are able to do what we are doing, whether doing carpentry to provide for our basic needs and of the poor or if we could do more charitable work full time, either way we are serving the poor. All of this I have mentioned because "Charities" kind of have a bad reputation for being frauds, selfish, and hypocritical. Everything we possess we are using for the cause of Christ and for charitable work. For example: in order to have a 501 c3 non profit organization you need to have an address registered with the state where you incorporated. A P.O. BOX will not suffice. The construction tools we have we use to provide for our basic needs and those of the poor.

Folks have been contacting us with needs for clean and safe drinking water from all over the world. If it is in your heart to contribute financially: those drinking the clean and safe water would greatly appreciate it. You can donate using this link:  DONATE

At the end of the fiscal year we will need to file a 990 with the IRS. You can look up any non profit organization's 990 and see where their money went, the salaries that are paid out and so forth. I encourage you to look up your favorite non profit organization's 990 tax form and see what kind of salaries and benefits were paid out to the officers and directors of the organization. Hopefully, our form will be posted after the fiscal year is completed and the IRS approves it.

I hope to create a post where there will be more information, photos, videos, and the documentary. This post was mostly completed using a cell phone. Thank you for your patience, prayers, and care for the poor.

Here are a few links to some videos:

I partly recorded a motorcycle ride from Ixiamas to the Tsimene village to help communicate the circumstances in which we needed to travel:  Motorcycle Ride

This is where we crossed literally through the river on the way towards the Tsimene village. We hired a man who owned a skidder to pull the tractor, wagon, and equipment to the other side. The timing on this was crucial as we could not have accomplished this if the river was much higher: Crossing the River

We drilled to the fine sand (about 75 feet), cleaned out the hole using pressurized water, and began to insert the 4 inch pvc casing into the hole. The pump with a smaller pipes goes inside of this casing:  Inserting the Casing into the Drilled Hole  another related video:  Further Explanation

Another Link:  Beginning the Second Well

We had to fetch water from ponds and swamps to feed the gas powered pump which pressurized the water, feeding it into the the metal pipe which had the auger at the end. The water would spray out from the tip of the auger and the clay, sand, and dirt would rise to the surface of the hole where it could be cleaned away. Ryan Exaplaining

Ryan is explaining:  Installing the Pump at Well Number One

Braden is explaining some of the procedure: Changing out the Water

Tuesday, March 20, 2018


Good news! We got word back from Charity: Water The fundraiser we did with them in December  2016 has been applied to needs in Mozambique, Africa. Here is the update we received from them:

"What's happening now?

"The projects you’re helping fund are located in the Muecate and NacarĂ´a Districts in the Nampula Province of Mozambique. More than 180,000 people live there, but only 33% of them have access to clean and safe drinking water.

These districts in Mozambique are highly impacted by the global water crisis. On a recent visit to Nampula, our team spent time in one community where women are only able to collect a small amount of water from contaminated open wells for part of the year. When the wells dry up, they walk 4 miles to a river, often enduring snake bites on the way. But thanks to your help, that’s all changing.

Our local partner, World Vision Mozambique, has already drilled over 70 new wells and constructed mechanized piped systems in four communities, bringing clean water to over 33,000 people. They’ve conducted community trainings to promote key hygiene and sanitation practices. Because of your support, these wells and piped systems are bringing hope and a brighter future to so many families.

We’re so excited to tell you that we’ll be able to send your completion report early. All of the projects have been built, and we’re currently verifying the data and collecting photos and GPS coordinates. You can expect to receive your final report by early summer."

Thanks again to all who had their hand in helping us raise the money to make this happen for the people of Mozambique!

We plan to keep the updates coming...looking forward to the pictures Charity: Water sends; stay tuned...

Fund Raising Motivator

(We transferred our site material (posts) from another web services provider to blogger so though this post is recent, it is actually older)
So, I got this idea after making my recent fundraiser post....we are running out of days to reach our goal...approx. 12 days left....I recently made a number of  salves to sell to raise money for the Fundraiser. I tried selling them at a flea wasn't the right I have a number of  salves left over: Hand Salve, Vapor Rub, Baby Rub. I made the salves with all natural ingredients: -Hand Salve- is made with, Coconut oil, Organic extra virgin olive oil, Essential oils of, Lavender, Rosemary, Peppermint, Organic beeswax, Sweet almond oil with vitamin E. Sounds good doesn't it?! Our friend Ryan found it relieved his is good for cuts & scrapes, relieving itchy bites, restoring dry skin....etc..
Then there's -Vapor Rub-, great for this time of year for children over 6 years old & adults. Rub on chest to ease breathing, or dry sore nose. Ingredients: Coconut oil, Organic extra virgin olive oil, Organic beeswax, Essential oils of, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sweet almond oil with vitamin E.
For those of you that have babies, or know someone who does, or maybe you just have sensitive skin this may be great for you; -Baby Rub- relieves diaper rash safe to use with cloth diapers and on babies sensitive skin. Ingredients: Coconut oil, Organic beeswax, Essential oils of, Lavender & Tea Tree, Sweet Almond Oil with vitamin E.
So, my motivating idea is this: While supplies last, everyone (that lives in the USA, sorry, this is due to shipping costs) that donates $25 will receive a free salve!!!! Simply click on the link that will take you to our fundraising page
Leave an email address that we can contact you with in the comments and we will send you a private email asking for the address you'd like us to send your salve. Once we email you, you may specify if you have a preference on the salve type you would like. If you prefer not to leave your email address in the comments (which are public) then you can email us privately at letting us know your name and preference. We are asking for $25 dollars so that at least $20 can go right to the fundraising project; $5 will cover the shipping cost of the salve, of course if shipping cost is under $5 the remaining will go directly to fundraiser.
We are currently at $3,375 trying to meet the $5,000 goal in 12 days. That make us $1,625 short of our goal. Remember this money is funding necessary needs relating to clean safe drinking water...Charity: water will choose to put our donations to a well/wells, or possibly a latrine..which are both life saving...many death causing diseases are spread by unsanitary conditions. I hope my idea will motivate some of you. Let's do the math...if 81 people donate $20-25 dollars we should reach the goal!!!That's not too many people. So , please post this to Facebook or send to family & friends, co-workers...etc. Can we together get 81 people to donate $20 within 12 days?...We'll see..... And remember to those who make $25 donation we will be sending out a Blessing of salve while supplies last!

Two Projects: one with Charity: Water. Another in Kenya.

(We transferred our site material posts from another web services provider to blogger so though this post is recent, it is actually older)  Fundraiser Deadline Dec.31
Kenya projects Time really goes by fast! Thank you to all who have contributed to our Fundraiser with Charity: water.​  We have reach 67% of our $5,000 dollar goal, which is great for about 3 months time! So, now we have about 16 days to fulfill the goal. Any people out there able & willing to make that happen? ​Feel free to remind family & friends, copy & email our fundraiser link, share it at work....let's reach the goal!!! And if not, no worries....we will still make unforgettable, life changing impacts in people's life with what we have currently collected.

Here is the link:

Kenya Project:
​Report from Marc Carrier:
​"At the bottom of this steep incline is a spring. Women carry jerri cans balanced on their heads up this steep incline barefoot, even after rain when it is slick as can be. It is dangerous. Both springs are like this because they are located at the base of steep hills."----Thanks be to God and donations; Marc was able to put stairs in and make the spring a safer source of water!


Uganda, Africa! Our Second Well is Under Construction

(We transferred our site material posts from another web services provider to blogger so though this post is recent, it is actually older)


  • Already paid for by The Blessing of Water:
    Diggers $200
    Bricks $100
    Cement $100
    Sand $100
    Cover $150
    Fencing/gates $300
    Pump for de-watering and well development $500
    Hoses $100
    Total:  $1,550
 Already paid for by Marc Carrier:
Hand pump $500
Well screen $100
Total:  $600
Marc Carrier is a hydro-geologist currently living with his family in East Africa.  The children in the background are passersby looking at the borehole where the new well is to be completed. Marc posted on Facebook today, "I think they are early to get water! This is an extremely high traffic path where people fetch water directly from the lake. We are installing a borehole with a pump along the path so people can get fresh drinking water." 

This is a picture looking down into the borehole. Marc posted on Facebook, "New borehole underway and they reached water! Now pray with me we can successfully advance another ten feet under the water table without cave-in."
Lord willing, we will post a picture of the well when competed.
The last construction project
Pilgrim Way completed helped Marc Carrier to get what he was lacking to complete this well. If you live in the United States and need some kind of construction work done on your property, Pilgrim Way Construction should be able to meet your needs. Pilgrim Way consists of three workers who live off of less than $500 each month combined. This means that whatever is beyond this amount gets put to good use, such as providing clean water, needful medicines, food, etc. to those who need them. You can help support this ministry by hiring us to build your garage, complete your addition, put a new roof on your house, fix your plumbing problems, and much more. If you don't need any work done, but are interested in %100 of your money going to projects like this water well you may also send a donation.

"The Weightier Matters"

We had a heavy burden to create this video. If you watch the entire video you will understand its title "The Weightier Matters" ...