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Ms. Johnnie Webb, a beloved teacher and church member, left Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mississippi, an endowed fund to support world missions of high impact. Read on to learn how Briarwood partners with Living Waters for the World to honor her legacy.

To many people, plumbing issues may feel like a necessary nuisance. But to Bill Glockner, taking care of the plumbing needs of the nation feels like a calling. Read on for more about how Hirsch Pipe & Supply supports plumbers and Living Waters for the World.

February 28, 2019

Bill Reed has been involved with Living Waters for the World since 2003 and volunteers in many ways. Read on to learn how he got involved, what makes him continue to serve, and the impact of LWW on his life.

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...

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.

Read on to learn how volunteer Steve Demaree helped launch this growing community of supporters for Living Waters for the World and offered to match new monthly gifts this September!

August 29, 2018

With only 15 members, Wartburg Presbyterian Church has raised more than $30,000 for Living Waters for the World. Read on to hear how God empowers this small church to make a big difference.

I give and want to be sure I receive; not a second thought given to why I think it must always work this way. ...

This Mother’s Day, we give thanks for mothers everywhere. In this story, Executive Director Steve Young tells of his visit with Gloria from Columba, Guatemala and extends an invitation to listen longer, beyond initial impressions and assumptions, to see more of the pe...

We often speak of the goal to empower communities to provide clean water for a generation – but a visit with the Hernández family in Estancia de la Virgen, Guatemala challenge us to think bigger.

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