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...
In a community named for a lake that once drew the Chicago elite to its shores, Ridgefield-Crystal Lake Presbyterian Church celebrates the flow of clean water in a community more than 2,800 miles away. Their “Fiesta Agua Viva” or “Party for Living Water” celebrates wha...
The installation of a water purification system can feel like the pinnacle of a Living Waters for the World partnership. But for First Presbyterian Church of Hartsville, South Carolina, it felt like the beginning of an ongoing, life-changing partnership.
Poured and Shared - by Todd Jenkins
In my neck of the woods,
afternoon thundershowers are a staple
on the summertime weather menu.
We plan our lives around them,
either devising a dry plan B,
or umbrella-ing our way
through the downpours.