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Jena Nardella, the executive director of Blood:Water Mission, writes about the numbers associated with unclean water, and the organization’s water campaign for Lent. Read More

Recently, a team of adventurers took on the epic challenge of riding their bikes from Los Angeles to Washington D.C. (a 3,150-mile ride) to raise money and awareness for Blood:Water Mission’s 1,000 Wells project. Author Donald Miller was among the bikers of the Ride:Well tour, and RELEVANT caught up with him recently to talk about the ride.

Tell me a little bit about the Ride:Well tour and how you got involved. Read More

Recently, a team of adventurers took on the epic challenge of riding their bikes from Los Angeles to Washington D.C. (a 3,150-mile ride) to raise money and awareness for Blood:Water Mission’s 1,000 Wells project. Author Donald Miller was among the bikers of the Ride:Well tour, and RELEVANT caught up with him recently to talk about the ride.

Tell me a little bit about the Ride:Well tour and how you got involved. Read More

Oh yes, it is that time of year again. If you have not already experienced the joy that is Spring Break 2008, you are likely counting down the days until this glorious, class-free week of sunsets on the beach and coconut-scented tanning oil. Nationwide, 20-somethings bond with friends while taking road trips to Mexico or Florida, or a trip home to see the folks. Spring break has long been associated with rest and relaxation for the middle-class to affluent college student.

A land so beautiful in its environment and, more importantly, in its people and yet so tragically broken? Read More