Clean Water U: Bicycles, Training Wheels, and WD-40
What do bikes, training wheels, and WD-40 have to do with Clean Water U and water partnerships? Read on to see why we must keep peddling.
The Three-Legged Stool
I’d like to tell you a story about the stool that you see here. As a not-so-tall person, I really like stools - my favorite stool is in...
Why I Serve: Transformational Changes from Clean Water
Doug Depies, LWW social media coordinator, shares how he first got involved with LWW and why he has stayed active with the organization.
Why I Volunteer: Belief in the Mission
William Milam, LWW DR Network Moderator, shares how his belief in the mission has kept him involved. Read on to learn more.
The Best Kept Secrets of Work Week
Clean Water U work week isn't always about the work. Read on to hear from Kendall Cox on her thoughts about the recent work week.
Why I Volunteer: Health and Clean Water
Rick Lee, Clean Water U instructor, shares how the faith of a community got him hooked with LWW. Read on to see why he continues to serve.
Pure Water - Making a Difference for Young and Old
CWU graduate Rick Johnson talks about partners becoming family. Read on to see how teaching health education in Guatemala changed his life.
Why We Volunteer: The People
Eric and Karen Reidenbach, co-moderators for LWW's El Salvador Network, share why they love LWW and continue to serve faithfully.
Water and the Word: The Flow
In the poem, "The Flow," Rev. Todd Jenkins explains why now isn't the time to start with no.
Water and the Word: 1,000 Pictures
In the poem, "1,000 Pictures," Rev. Todd Jenkins shares how he feels during our 64th session of Clean Water U.