Stories and News     from Living Waters for the World

Let us lift our hearts in thanksgiving for the lives God has changed through the first 1,000 water partnerships! In this post, Steve Young shares several of their stories through video and audio clips.

Ms. Johnnie Webb, a beloved teacher and church member, left Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mississippi, an endowed fund to support world missions of high impact. Read on to learn how Briarwood partners with Living Waters for the World to honor her legacy.

Mary and Craig Romer of Huntsville, Alabama are a wonderful example of how Living Waters for the World is blessed with loyal, thoughtful donors who embody the belief that “together, we go far”. Read this article to see why the Romers continue to give.

This Mother’s Day, we give thanks for mothers everywhere. In this story, Executive Director Steve Young tells of his visit with Gloria from Columba, Guatemala and extends an invitation to listen longer, beyond initial impressions and assumptions, to see more of the pe...

Mac Sterrett felt God's call to learn more about Living Waters for the World (LWW) early on, before the idea of Clean Water U (CWU) was born. Mac, a Virginia resident rooted in the Shenandoah Valley, has been a dedicated lead volunteer for LWW ever since. Here he share...

Long-time Living Waters for the World volunteer Pierce Buford was the "face" of LWW both at Clean Water U and various conferences for many years. In this interview she reflects on what it was like in the early days of Living Waters for the World.

Executive Director Steve YOung had the privilege of visiting with Walter Villatoro, his wife Carmen and their family in the Guatemala highlands. As they gave thanks to God for their many blessings, he shared that if his kids were here they would be playing with their...

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