A Family Initiating Partner
The pandemic has made us rethink our work with our partners around the world. Read on to see what a family did to get clean water to Ghana.
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...
It's All in the Family
Clean Water U Instructor Joanie Lukins shares a story that began in 2004. Read on to see why relationship and clean water go hand in hand.
New Methods, Same Mission
Our travel may have been halted, but that doesn't mean the mission stops. Read on to see how one team embraced change to continue the work.
Changing, Growing, and Learning Together: Guatemala Network Goes Virtual
The Guatemala Network staff hosted their first-ever Virtual Partners Conference. Read on to see how they made it a success.
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.
Eating an Elephant
Clean Water U instructors have now successfully held two virtual sessions. Read on to hear how Joanie Lukins felt about that transformation.
Why I Volunteer: Global Health
Hannah Blinn has been involved with LWW since 2012. Read on to see how her interest in global health keeps her engaged.
Love God and Love Others
When you receive a blessing, you use it to bless others. Read on to see how a Guatemalan community puts their faith in action.