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When Jesus met the Samaritan woman at the well, she was shocked when He had asked her to give him a drink of water (Jn. 4:7-16). She was shocked because the Jews and the Samaritans were enemies, and at war with each other.
 
What this woman didn’t understand is, just like today, we need not to be impartial; we need to engage in open discussions with all Samaritans, including the people that come from other countries who don't know Jesus Christ personally as their Saviour and Lord; those who complain about being sick and tired of living with lives that have no real meaning or purpose – and especially those who are involved in religions that worship gods that are not gods (1 Cor. 10:20). 

We who have received the “living water," (the Holy Spirit) are intended to become the “wells of living water”. The Holy Spirit represents the "living water" and assures believers of eternal life. Our purpose as “wells of living water," is to offer a "drink of the living water" (the Holy Spirit) to people we don't know; to strangers, just as Jesus did. He ministered to the woman at the well: salvation, healing, grace and guidance.
 
When we take up our cross daily, and model after what Jesus did at the well, Salvation and the "Gifts of the Holy Spirit" can come to all people we pray and minister to.

Your prayers and partnership allow Gordon to freely accept invitations from any church in Canada, the U.S.A, or other countries, regardless of their size, and without charging fees.
 
Our ministry is like a "spring of living waters" that flows continuously; resulting in numerous Salvations, Baptisms of the Holy Spirit, healings, deliverances and many answers to prayer. Because of your faithfulness, Gordon has the freedom to go where ever Jesus leads him. 

Also, as a result of your faithful donations, we continue to see more ministry than ever before.

Please continue to be a “cheerful giver” (2 Cor. 9:7) and prayerfully ask Jesus how you can contribute.