It’s said that enough sun energy hits the earth in one hour of one day to power the entire world’s energy needs for one year. Now, one group has formed a ministry to begin harvesting some of that sunlight, but their mission outreach isn’t done in the U.S.
Instead, they decided to take the technology of solar power to impoverished countries around the world. To do that, the trainees have to go to a unique school that is located here in Arkansas.
Solar Under the Sun, a ministry supported by the Presbyterian Church, is training volunteers to build power supplies that fuel water treatment systems. All of the countries that the group ministers to work with third-world communities that are unlikely to ever be on a power grid.
Learn more about this unique and powerful ministry in the video below. And for more information, check out www.solarunderthesun.org.
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