Stories and News     from Living Waters for the World

It was around two in the morning when I left the house. The heat was the obvious reason for my sleepless night. I got into my bike, my star transport means; there are many stars in this city. The fact I was pedaling really hard reminded me of the oil I forgot to put on...

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...

Go. Give. Pray.

Mobilize as your heart

and body are moved

by divine indwelling;

to Clean Water U,

or to a place

where partnerships flow.

Open the treasure chest

of your life, and recognize

where those gifts

are being drawn;

let them rise to their dream.

Settle your heart, body,


We wrapped up our first Clean Water U training of 2017 and holding true to the past, this session was filled to the brim with passionate folks, coming together to serve God and God’s children.

One of the questions we ask students at Clean Water U is why they are called to bring clean water to others. LWW's Financial Administrator Carie Turner saw her "why" on a back porch in Tapiqulares, Honduras.

May 24, 2017

Hope Anderson is the Director of Pennington Presbyterian Nursery School, and a dedicated volunteer for Living Waters for the World (LWW).  Here she shares with us why she has gotten so deeply involved and how it has affected her life.

Some years ago I told my mother my nickname for her was ‘Hyper Helen.’ At first she wanted to be offended. But by the time I had gotten home from our visit, she had used her on-line dictionary to check out this word ‘hyper.’ Proudly she informed me it “was a perfectly...

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