A Water Story from San Pablo, Belize

Clean water is flowing from a new installation in Belize, and I’m blessed to have been a part of the process that made this happen.

My first visit to the little Mayan village of San Pablo was about a year ago, when Dan Terpstra, Dave Mullins, and I, all from First Presbyterian in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, drove over rough dirt roads through mile after mile of banana plantations to meet with the school principal Pablo Acal, the village chairman Juan Isham, and the water board chairman Israel Canti. After the meeting during which we signed our covenant, we were invited to lunch at Israel’s house. We washed our hands, went inside the small house with the well-swept dirt floor and thatch roof, and dined on delicious hot