Exodus 15 tells of the Israelites wandering in the desert for three days without water. When they finally found water, it was undrinkable. They called the place Marah, which means bitter. Moses cried out to God and he provided a way to turn the water from bitter to sweet.
People all over the world suffer because they do not have access to this basic necessity of life – clean water. Their water is bitter. It is riddled with disease, stealing their health, their livelihood, their children and their lives.
Simple technology exists that can turn their water from bitter to sweet.
Who we are
Adam and Kristy Black were married in 2002 and have two beautiful children, Ricky and Rachel. Adam is a construction project manager and Kristy is a teacher. They attend Christian Church Buckhead in Atlanta, GA
Adam and Kristy met in 1996 at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA. They were both involved in a vibrant campus ministry and were given many opportunities to participate in mission work throughout the world. Many spring breaks and summers were spent serving abroad as short term missionaries. The desire to serve others persists today.
We have a desire to make a positive impact on our world. We think YOU want the same thing. There’s never a lack of desire to do good, rather, there is a lack of knowing where to start.
There is an answer to this great problem. Our vision is to, through research, science, and engineering, find an innovative solution that will provide drinkable water and improve affected peoples’ standard of living. The goal is purposefully open-ended, as water problems around the world vary in complexity, size and circumstances. We aim to create and hone a repeatable solution that can translate to as many specific situations as possible.