Going Beyond the Water: Our Family Continues to Show Up
Whether it’s after a hurricane, earthquake, or flood, our water family is there to help. Read on to see how they helped in Cuba.
Ice Storms, Fundraisers, and Anthills: World Water Day Reflections in the Time of COVID
What do ice storms, fundraisers, and anthills have in common? Read on for the answer and get Kendall Cox's reflections on World Water Day.
A Love Letter To Our Community
While social distancing continues, the people and experiences that have blessed our lives seem more dear than ever. Read on for a message f
Together, A Bridge of Service (Juntos, un Puente de Servicio)
More than 80 operators, educators and water committee members came together for the third Cuba Network Partner Conference. Read on to learn
Do we, the church, still heal?
Are we, "the church," still empowered to heal in the name of Jesus? In this post, staff member Jennifer Zehnder offers her respons
25 Years of Living Waters for the World
As Living Waters for the World marks its 25th year, we take a look at the evolution of the ministry through the experiences of Beth Peak Tho
1,000,000 Gallons Later
El Fuerte in Cardenas, Cuba, celebrated an important milestone this year - 1 million gallons of clean water! Read on to hear this story of
Good Stewards: Noel and Robert Amason
What do two "practical people" find to love about Living Waters for the World? A sustainable solution that transforms communitie
Friends, Friends, Friends
Often the friendships formed during the installation of a water system are as memorable as the first gallons of clean water. Read on for th
Jazz and Water Partnerships: What We Can Learn
What do a jazz ensemble and a water partnership have in common? Read on to learn how Director of Education Kendall Cox found inspiration in