Global 6k for Water

Sign up for the Global 6K on May 4, 2019

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By Sara Blomgren, Serve Globally intern

After great success in last year’s Global 6K, we are excited to announce that this year, the 6K will be on May 4, 2019 and registration is now open!

The Global 6K for

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Running the Race of Faith

By Christine Tharseo

When my pastor first showed us a clip of the Global 6K back in February, she asked for help to make this event happen at our church. I immediately was drawn to being part of the 6K

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From Jericho to Gemena: A Reflection from the CKC 6k Prayer Guide

A reflection from the CKC Six Weeks to 6k Prayer Guide.

By Justin Kazadi, World Vision DRC Ledia Operations Manager

The citizens said to Elisha, “As you can see, sir, this city is in a good location, but the

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Read the CKC Six Weeks to 6k Prayer Guide

Spring has begun, and it’s time to lace up your running shoes! The Global 6k for Water is coming on Saturday, May 19th.

On that day, you can walk or run 6k for clean water in Congo! When you register

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The Moment God Called Me to Run a Marathon


Photo by Gideon Tsang

In all honesty, I did not expect to be here. Writing my story about how God called me to run a marathon. (Seriously, did I just write that? Gulp.)

I never thought God would call ME

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A Triumphant Entry: Clean Water Comes to Merveille’s Neighborhood

Merveille fills her jug with clean water

Merveille, age 12, and her family used to collect drinking water from the murky waters of a local brook. As a result, Merveille often got sick from the contaminated water.

“I suffered bellyaches because of the bad water qualities, and

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Get Ready for the Global 6k!

Every day, women and children in Congo walk through intense heat to collect contaminated water that could make them sick. This year, you can come alongside our sisters and brothers there – to walk the Global 6k in solidarity, while

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