Stories and News     from Living Waters for the World

This poem by Rev. Todd Jenkins expresses the hopeful anticipation of a volunteer on route to a system installation visit. Read on for more.

More than 80 operators, educators and water committee members came together for the third Cuba Network Partner Conference. Read on to learn what they took away from the conference and how they are preparing for the coming year.

Churches within the community of Juan Guerra, Peru, are coming together to change lives through education and clean water. Read on to find out how their LWW partnership catalyzed their plans.

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...

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.

Ongoing health education increases the impact a water partnership can have long-term. A struggle we've all faced is how to keep health education going. Read on to see what In-Country Coordinator Yobeth Hebbert shares on how to maximize health within a community.