Stories and News     from Living Waters for the World

In this poem, Rev. Todd Jenkins expresses our sense of loss and longing created by the pandemic. He says...Dust to dust —  or maybe germ to germ —  we trust you’ll hold  our pain in your strong  but tender palm.  And one day — sooner,  rather than later, pleas...

Rev. Todd Jenkins writes about our social distancing and longing for community in this poem which begins...Here we are, O God,  socially distanced  by a nefarious virus,  yet communally drawn together  by a mysterious thirst  for living water

In this poem, Rev. Todd Jenkins write about the importance of attending to God's presence in our current situation. Read on for more.

February 24, 2020

Rev. Todd Jenkins writes the revitalizing effect of a creek in the woods in this poem which begins... I journey to the woods as often  as I can, because it is there that I learn  about and am reminded of who I am.

This poem by Rev. Todd Jenkins expresses the hopeful anticipation of a volunteer on route to a system installation visit. Read on for more.

December 17, 2019

This poem by Rev. Todd Jenkins explores the heart of the Living Waters for the World ministry. He says: Mission has beckoned from earth’s four corners; water as God’s force no longer gives life and health freely. How can we share what we’re given so that everyone live...