Stories and News     from Living Waters for the World

Are we, "the church," still empowered to heal in the name of Jesus? In this post, staff member Jennifer Zehnder offers her response and the LWW partner stories that inspired it.

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...

El Fuerte in Cardenas, Cuba, celebrated an important milestone this year - 1 million gallons of clean water! Read on to hear this story of how clean water has transformed lives and sustained a community.

What do two "practical people" find to love about Living Waters for the World? A sustainable solution that transforms communities in need into communities that thrive. Read on to hear more about why Noel and Robert Amason support Living Waters for the Worl...

Often the friendships formed during the installation of a water system are as memorable as the first gallons of clean water. Read on for the story of a Mississippi water team that found lifelong friends in the community of Nueva Paz, Cuba.

What do a jazz ensemble and a water partnership have in common? Read on to learn how Director of Education Kendall Cox found inspiration in a Cuban jazz club.

From a young age, Jean Magee dreamed of serving in the mission field. Her church's Living Waters for the World ministry helped make that dream a reality. Read more to hear how Jean got started and why she stays involved.

How does First Presbyterian Church of Greenville, Mississippi fund their Living Waters for the World ministry? By throwing a great party! For the last thirteen years Mardi Gras Madness has brought their community together to help other communities have clean water....