Living Water International's mission is to build clean and accessible water wells in various African provinces while also sharing the Gospel with its people. This is made possible through the Wells Project, a nationwide campus organization that raises funds to support LWI's mission. Wells Project is in its first year at the University of Oklahoma, but we're eager to spread the word and serve the Lord through our funds, hardwork, and praise. The Wells Project kicks off on November 11th with the 10 Days, a campaign designed to spread awareness about the lack of clean water in many African countries; this year LWI is focusing its efforts on Ruhango, a small province in Rwanda, Africa. From November 11th-20th, we're asking people to give up drinking everything but tap water for 10 days; at the end of those 10 days, whatever money that would have normally been spent on purchased drinks is donated to Living Water International. On Novemeber 21st (the 11th Day), we'll come together to celebrate what the Lord has done by watching a live broadcast from Texas A&M, featuring author Bob Goff and singer Phil Wickham. Join us as we look to serve those who cannot serve themselves. Drink water to give water.