We give thanks for international partners who go above and beyond to serve others with clean water. Read on for a story from Nicaragua about the servant leaders there who are keeping hope alive during a time of political instability.
Daniela Vargas, who lives in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, recently translated for the first time for Living Waters for the World site visits and partner conference in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. Here she shares with us her first impressions of the ministry and its i...
Sancti Spiritus Presbyterian Church in Cuba installed their Living Waters for the World system in 2012. We celebrate with them five years of operation and a generation of children who have had clean water since birth.
The installation of a water purification system can feel like the pinnacle of a Living Waters for the World partnership. But for First Presbyterian Church of Hartsville, South Carolina, it felt like the beginning of an ongoing, life-changing partnership.