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...
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.
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.
The Future of LWW in Ghana
A year after training as Clean Water U instructors, Ghanaian partners took the lead on a new water project in the village of Kwahu Praso. R
No Ordinary Water Team
Team FLOW isn't like most LWW water teams. Read on to learn how a group of like-minded co-workers have dedicated themselves to sharing
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
Giving Thanks for Relationships
We give thanks for the enduring relationships that are forged through water partnerships. Read on for a story about a twelve-year friendshi
Why We Give: Mary and Craig Romer
Mary and Craig Romer of Huntsville, Alabama are a wonderful example of how Living Waters for the World is blessed with loyal, thoughtful don
Clean Water U: Come and Be Quenched
LWW Director of Education Kendall Cox gives thanks for the mentors who have inspired her over the years and played a role in making Clean Wa
Being a Hands-On Christian: How LWW has Allowed Dan to "Do" His Christianity
Dan Terpstra is a 101 Instructor at Clean Water U, member of the LWW Education and Field Operations teams, and water team leader for his chu