Sharon Kreycik was asked to speak at the Kilaatu Baptist Church, something she’d trained on 39 years earlier at a Bible college in Oklahoma.
Joye Dicharry, Sharon and Joe Kreycik’s daughter, hugs Rhoda after her home on the ROCK is completed!
A giant rock was placed near the well that won’t run dry. The Dicharry family is pictured with the villagers. They named the well Mizpah which means a covenant between two that can’t be broken.
Sharon Kreycik taught the children of this inner-city church the story of Mutu and his salvation. She is pictured center by the doorway. To the right was the interpreter who shared the story with the youth.
For the first time ever, these village women can get clean water to cook, bathe, and wash clothes with. It will free up much of their time so they can be home with their children.
Going Where God Leads - Giving the Gift of Clean, Safe Water
Some of us have and make plans for our lives and it goes just the way we’d like. For others, there can be deviations in that plan.
For example, Sharon Kreycik, wanted to go to Africa as a young woman. Instead she went to a two year Bible school in Oklahoma, and ultimately met and married Joe Kreycik, who was also a student there. They both reside in Wood Lake.
But her desire to go to Africa hadn’t left, and after 39 years, an opportunity to Go Where God Leads, was the dream she had never given up on. Her daughter Joye, her husband, Joel, and their seven kids moved to Ndituni, Kenya as missionaries with Commission Man-Kind to get a well for the villagers. Joye said, “We would be bringing His Living Water to the thirsty.”
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