We are most actively serving on the Navajo Reservation, stationed at Blue Water Indian Mission Church, Prewitt, NM 87045. You will find us teaching and preaching, worshiping and praying in services at churches as well. Sunday Morning Service and Wednesday Night Service at Blue Water Indian Mission Church.
Navajo H2O is the name of our Mission where We serve many individuals in need. We are also in the early stages of planting and planning an organic garden complete with fruit trees and veggies. God tells us in His word to take care of the poor and needy, to plant and reap, to occupy till He comes.
We currently are Ministering at Blue Water American Indian Mission Church, Davanna Driggers is Pastor. Davanna Carrigan is Worship Pastor. Stone Driggers; lead guitarist. Larry D Driggers, evangelist.
Our Sr. Leaders, Pastor Davanna Driggers and Rev. Larry Driggers are currently serving fulltime on the mission field at The Navajo Nation and travel back to SC to minister as well. https://www.facebook.com/NavajoH2O are links to follow their ministry to the Navajo Nation. For the most up to date pictures and day to day happenings, visit our facebook pages.
In the Book of John, Chapter 4 Jesus tells the woman at the well "...Whosoever drinks of this water shall thirst again: But whosoever drinks of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life."
Since our first visit to the Navajo Reservation in 2003 we have prayed and searched for information and opportunities to be able to make a difference in the water scarcity situation on the Navajo Reservation. This year, after 10 years of prayer, God has allowed us to be blessed with a group of servants of God from Alabama's Fyfe Church of God to revive a 12 year dormant well!!! That's right, the well we found had been standing dormant for at least 12 years! This Spring, that well was revived providing fresh clean well water to a community whose surrounding water sources are quickly drying up! While the Alabama team was there, they also distributed several hundred pounds of beans and clothing to different locations in the surrounding area. This passionate team also held a VBS in Pine Hill, NM. This phase of the project was sponsored by Fyfe COG, and caring individual people.
This July, we also delivered clothing through outreach ministry and holding a VBS in the Water Flow community of NM. We were personally blessed to complete this 1st well project by installing a 1500 gallon water tank and tower.
This winter, a team from The traveled by car to the Navajo Nation serve in outreach ministry. They went armed with chain saws and axes to cut much needed firewood for the elders, widows, and other families with no access to fire wood to heat their homes during the bitter cold winter season. Our team of 3 young men, our pastor and her husband, we blessed to meet hand serve many families. There was a day that they spent repairing a home by replacing a broken window an patching the roof and holes in the outer walls. And a couple of mornings on which they were blessed to help out a new church on the reservation. Our Navajo H2O team will be traveling again this summer to help with installation of wells and community gardens for people who have no running water and travel for many miles to collect water which is often contaminated. We all appreciate your prayers and support.