Brandon Reddell 2020

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Child Legacy International, Inc is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, click here for documentation. Donations are tax-deductible and designated to Child Legacy’s Clean Water program.

I was out on a hike recently and it was hot outside. Looking around the dry desert, you could tell how important water is. I conveniently opened my backpack and pulled out a 32oz water bottle and immediately satisfied my thirst, not paying attention to the amount sloshing out and going to waste. When I noticed this, it really hit me as I thought about the people of Malawi and how they don’t have access to clean water sources. I also thought about when Jesus said, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.’” This moment has given me a new thirst to try and help those in need – not only for the physical water needed for day-to-day life, but to help people find the eternal living water in Jesus Christ.

A $10 dollar donation will provide enough water for 16 people for 5-10 years – will you consider a donation to help provide clean water for the people of Malawi?

Brandon has been married for 23 years to Laura and together they have one son, Griffin, who is a freshman in college. He loves the outdoors and enjoying the heavens through astronomy and the natural scenery from his hikes, runs, and bike rides. He is active in his church, a men’s small group leader, and also a strong advocate that science supports the Christian worldview. Brandon currently works at NASA in the International Space Station Research Integration Office and his background is in high energy physics. He has a B.S. in Physics from the University of Texas, an M.S. in Applied Physics from Johns Hopkins University, and a PhD in Physics from the University of Houston.