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Drinking Water for Thirsty Americans

If you live in the United States, you know that the water in your home or at work is perfectly safe for drinking. That also was the case in Puerto Rico until Hurricane Maria ravaged the island last year. The storm crawled across the island, wrecking everything in its path...
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The Blessing of Safe Water

This morning — and every morning — as I stand at my sink to fill the coffee pot, or to brush my teeth, or to pour a glass of water to drink, I am thankful that the water coming from the faucet is clear, cold, and absolutely safe. Safe water...
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“All We Need Is Fish”

Yesterday, I visited a tiny fishing village called Punta Santiago on the east end of Puerto Rico. While driving the last few miles along the shore, we ran over black power cables that looked like tangled spaghetti laying across the road. The power poles that had not snapped off leaned...
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The Gift of Hope

This year has been filled with historic natural disasters, with tragedies striking both domestically and internationally. Victims of disasters, whether hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, or fires, have one thing in common: Life as they knew it has been drastically changed. As that realization unfolds, deep in the hearts of most disaster...
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The Key Ingredients in Disaster Relief

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, along with two major earthquakes in Mexico have violently disrupted the lives of millions, and for many, life will never be the same. Chances are, you have been saddened by what you’ve seen reported on TV and feel a sense of compassion for those affected....
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Innovative Solutions for Hungry Families

“Feed the hungry and help those in trouble” are clear instructions from the Bible. Pat Robertson was reading this passage from the 58th chapter of Isaiah early one morning in 1978 and was inspired to found Operation Blessing. Since then, by the grace of God and the generosity of countless...
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