Stories and News     from Living Waters for the World

A year after training as Clean Water U instructors, Ghanaian partners took the lead on a new water project in the village of Kwahu Praso. Read on to see how religious and civic leaders came together to bring clean water to this community.

Team FLOW isn't like most LWW water teams. Read on to learn how a group of like-minded co-workers have dedicated themselves to sharing clean water in El Salvador.

As Living Waters for the World marks its 25th year, we take a look at the evolution of the ministry through the experiences of Beth Peak Thompson. Read on for a story of how this former system operator of LWW's earliest systems in Mexico came to encounter LWW in C...

We give thanks for the enduring relationships that are forged through water partnerships. Read on for a story about a twelve-year friendship that has changed the lives of all involved.

Mary and Craig Romer of Huntsville, Alabama are a wonderful example of how Living Waters for the World is blessed with loyal, thoughtful donors who embody the belief that “together, we go far”. Read this article to see why the Romers continue to give.

LWW Director of Education Kendall Cox gives thanks for the mentors who have inspired her over the years and played a role in making Clean Water U an experience that quenches one's thirst for community and active faith.

Dan Terpstra is a 101 Instructor at Clean Water U, member of the LWW Education and Field Operations teams, and water team leader for his church. Read on to learn about Dan's "why" - why he chose Living Waters for the World and why he continues to serve.

Patrick Jenkins, of Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Hickory, North Carolina, is a dedicated Living Waters for the World volunteer. Read on to learn how he got involved and why he keeps coming back.