What can one water team from the United States and their four partners in Guatemala do together during a pandemic to bring joy to others? Read on to see how these people didn't let a pandemic stop their kindness.
What do you do when a global pandemic hits and suddenly all plans are canceled and you can no longer travel inside your country to visit the Operating Partners entrusted to your care? Read on to see how thinking outside the box worked for the Guatemala network.
You may not be able to travel, but you can still keep clean water flowing in communities with a Living Waters for the World water purification system. Read on for Mac Sterrett's story about how he supports clean water as a Cupbearer.
We give thanks for the volunteers who go where God leads them - be it near or far. Read on for Rick Johnson's story about why he recently traveled to El Chico, Guatemala, and how God has called him to serve.
God holds surprises even for seasoned water teams like the one from Grace Presbyterian Church in Plano, Texas. Read on to hear about the truly extraordinary participation of community members in Chaquijya, Guatemala during the installation of their LWW water system.
When Fuego erupted on June 3, 2018, many people were caught by surprise. But the men and women of Fire Station #2 in Jocotenango were prepared to help. Read on to learn how they rescued and served survivors of the natural disaster.
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.