Stories and News     from Living Waters for the World

Steve King is a member of the LWW water team at Meadow Grove Baptist Church, Brandon, Miss. Read on to learn why after eleven years, he’s as committed as ever to the ministry.

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.

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.

For the first time, all LWW water teams were invited to gather in Franklin, Tennessee for an IP Sharing Summit on July 27-28. Julie Parks participated as a water team volunteer and 102 instructor. Read on to hear how the experience affected her sense of "blessing...

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Lexington, KY used Living Waters for the World's "Water All Around the World" Vacation Bible School curriculum this summer. Read on to learn how it engaged the kids and the congregation in sharing clean water...

Living Waters for the World gives thanks for fathers around the world who are a shining example of God's love. Here, Alex Rodas, In-country Technician for the Honduras Network, reflects on the powerful example set by his father.

Despite difficult roads, the lack of electricity, and no available sleeping quarters, a team from Advent Presbyterian of Cordova, TN and the Presbytery of Honduras partnered with El Horno, Comayagua Honduras to bring clean water to this remote community.

Kasey Potzler is a wonderful example of a volunteer making a difference for and with Living Waters for the World. Here, Director of Operations Jeff Wagner talks with Kasey about the many ways she volunteers her time and talents to help clean water flow in Honduras.