The gift of life during Christmas

By December 14, 2015

International (MNN/LWI) — There’s always someone you know who is impossible to find a Christmas gift for…and that person might even be you. Instead of asking for or giving a gift that won’t be remembered in two months, why don’t you invest in a gift that will be remembered forever?

Living Water International’s (LWI) Christmas Catalog offers three gifting opportunities that make a double impact because it is literally giving the gift of life in Jesus’ name.

What are the gift opportunities?

1. Gift Cards

With a LWI Gift Card, your friends and family will get joy out of redeeming your life-saving donation for clean water in a country of their choice. It’s a perfect gift for a water-crisis champion, or someone you’d like to introduce to the cause.

2. Give away your Christmas

Give away your Christmas by creating a fundraising page. Then instead of asking for gifts, ask those
you love to help you give clean water in a country where LWI works. With the combined help, you’ll transform lives at home and in other countries.

3. Advent Conspiracy

As a church, family, or small group, use Living Water resources and choose to give meaningful gifts of time and presence, so together you’re free to offer more of what Jesus asked for, such as clean water for the least of these.

Why give water?

(Photo courtesy Living Water International)

(Photo courtesy Living Water International)

More than 663 million people suffer because of the inaccessibility to clean water. Waterborne diseases have been the result of more deaths than all wars and diseases combined. So giving water is truly a gift of life.

Living Water’s clean water projects save lives and share the love, provision, and Words of Christ. When you receive and give to these projects, you’ll be making an impact at home and overseas.

Your choice and gift to celebrate Christmas differently this year with Living Water International can mean the chance of survival and exposure to the Gospel for impoverished nations. Make a difference this Christmas by giving water in the name of the One it celebrates!

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