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After a water system is installed, it is up to the system operators to keep it running and serve the community. In this story, Joanie Lukins introduces us to Ignacio Ramon Vazquez Colli from Lerma, Yucatan, Mexico. Read on for more about Ignacio and his fifteen years...

Iglesia Principe de Paz in Pich, Mexico recently updated their thirteen-year-old LWW water purification system to keep their water ministry thriving for years to come. Read on to learn more about how this church serves its community faithfully.

Daniela Vargas, who lives in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, recently translated for the first time for Living Waters for the World site visits and partner conference in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. Here she shares with us her first impressions of the ministry and its i...

Transylvania Presbytery is a living testimonial to the fact that no church is too small to participate in a Living Waters for the World water team. Read more to learn how several churches combined to form a team that has transformed lives in the Yucatan peninsula of M...

September 21, 2017

The small village of Tres Reyes (Three Kings) in the Yucatan Network recently celebrated three years of successful operation and expansion of the LWW water system in their community.

What is a man named "MacGregor" doing as the In-Country Coordinator for LWW's Yucatan Network in Mexico? Carlos Arias MacGregor is, indeed, a native Mexican, and he has helped shape LWW's ministry in the Yucatan.

In the mid 1990s, a cholera outbreak in the small village of Maya Balam in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico took the lives of many people, among them the youngest son of Diego Salvador. 

So it was no surprise that he was overjoyed to welcome a Living Waters for the World...

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