Stories and News     from Living Waters for the World

College student Anna Russell recently traveled with Living Waters for the World to learn about clean water in El Salvador. Read on for her story on experiencing a new culture and finding inspiration in the people she met.

Pennington Presbyterian Church has a heightened appreciation for clean water. Read on to hear how their "year of water" increased their understanding of the global need and united their community in sharing clean water with God's children around the worl...

Let us lift our hearts in thanksgiving for the lives God has changed through the first 1,000 water partnerships! In this post, Steve Young shares several of their stories through video and audio clips.

Ten years ago, Bill Mendenhall accepted an invitation to join friends on a mission trip to Haiti. Read on to learn how that trip changed Bill's life and inspired a lasting commitment to water partnerships in Haiti.

Living Waters for the world mission teams have formed over 1,000 water partnerships! While their impact has been great, their ambitions have often been humble. Read on for a story about how Joanie Lukins and the Presbytery of Transylvania grew a 16-year ministry out...

Jude Remarais had to drop out of school in the 10th grade when his parents could no longer afford his tuition. But that wasn't the end of Jude's schooling! Read on for more about how Jude turned clean water into a college education.

650 students in Yantalo, Peru, now have access to clean water in their school! Read on for more about this partnership and its impact on the water team from Westminster Presbyterian Church, Nashville.

A Nashville church's water ministry in Appalachia and Peru has created an ever-widening circle of enthusiasm within their church. Read on for Carson Salyer's story about how their water ministry got started and grew to engage the church in meaningful, life-giv...