Water and the Word: The Flow
In the poem, "The Flow," Rev. Todd Jenkins explains why now isn't the time to start with no.
Water and the Word: 1,000 Pictures
In the poem, "1,000 Pictures," Rev. Todd Jenkins shares how he feels during our 64th session of Clean Water U.
A New Thing
Is it okay to be unsettled and excited about what 2021 has in store? Read on to hear what Steve Young thinks and how LWW adapts to change.
Eating an Elephant
Clean Water U instructors have now successfully held two virtual sessions. Read on to hear how Joanie Lukins felt about that transformation.
Ice Storms, Fundraisers, and Anthills: World Water Day Reflections in the Time of COVID
What do ice storms, fundraisers, and anthills have in common? Read on for the answer and get Kendall Cox's reflections on World Water Day.
Why I Volunteer: Global Health
Hannah Blinn has been involved with LWW since 2012. Read on to see how her interest in global health keeps her engaged.
Water and the Word: Break Out
In the poem "Break Out," Rev. Todd Jenkins shares his dream of what he hopes will break out soon.
Love God and Love Others
When you receive a blessing, you use it to bless others. Read on to see how a Guatemalan community puts their faith in action.
Imagine the Unimaginable
Jon Frost reflects on the week the world changed last year. Read on to see how clean water was able to flow in the midst of the pandemic.
Water and the Word: Stretched Thin
In this poem, Rev. Todd Jenkins reminds us what we do when we feel "Stretched Thin."