Flowing grace

Arkansas haven for sex-trafficking survivors will have its own water well, thanks to Conway nonprofit

Posted: July 22, 2017 at 2:24 a.m.

Tim Tyler, director of Water for Christ, checks the pressure gauges on the nonprofi t’s drilling rig at the future site of Hebron Hills, an after-care facility for survivors of the sex-trafficking industry.

Water for Christ, a faith-based nonprofit in Conway that drills wells in the African country of Ghana to provide people with access to clean drinking water, has drilled a well in southwestern Arkansas at the future site of Hebron Hills, a facility for those who escaped or were rescued from sex trafficking.

Stewart Pickering (left), Rodney Castleberry, Tim Tyler, Ethan Tyler, Angelyn McMurray of We Are FREE, Jason Riddle and Ben Temple stand tall during t...

Jason Riddle, a licensed driller and Water for Christ’s engineer, hand cranks the organization’s drilling rig as part of the digging process for the 2...

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