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I wake up early today as I have for every Christmas since I was five. The year is 2020 and I reach for my cell phone thats outer shell is made of the new recharging material so I never have to waste any electricity charging my phone or worrying about it dying on me. I check the time and its 5:04 A.M. I decide there is no point in trying to get back to sleep so I wake up and decide to hit the cycling machine, as I get my work out I am peddling and generating the electricity need to cook my… Continue

Posted on March 25, 2010 at 9:20pm — 2 Comments


The La Esperanza Hydroelectric Project in Honduras provides clean power for surrounding areas and sells some to the National Electric Company as well. This hydroelectric plant located in the Intibuca River near La Esperanza uses the rivers flow to create electricity that doesn't release carbon emissions into the environment. The La Esperanza Hydroelectric Project and the National Electric Company have recently worked together and have been able to provide power to the town of San Fernando where… Continue

Posted on March 25, 2010 at 8:07pm


The organization I talked about in my Learn4 blog (http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/learn4-4) Living Water was raising funds at the Passion conference I just attended in Atlanta, while at this conference I donated along with countless other college students and together we raised enough money to build 22 wells in Guatemala. I think that the work that this organization is doing is really cool, and I also think that it is crazy that college students raised… Continue

Posted on March 25, 2010 at 7:42pm — 1 Comment


I recently attended a conference held in Atlanta called Passion, as over 20,000 college students gathered for 4 days they decided that we could use this to make an impact on the world. Of the many causes that funds were raised for over the course of those 4 days one was Living Water International, and organization that works to bring water to communities. During Passion college students raised $113.865 to build 22 wells built in Guatemala. Since starting in 1990 Living Water has completed 9,000… Continue

Posted on March 25, 2010 at 7:09pm — 3 Comments

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thank you for the offer of friendship...you are kind as well as talented...be well. r.
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I see you're a Christian too, well met! :)

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