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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.

September 25, 2017

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.

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.

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