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.
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.
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.
From Cambodia to the U.S. and other countries over the years, Sichan Siv's life has been a journey of service. Read on to hear his why.
Living Waters’ Yucatan Network Expands (in spite of the pandemic!)
The Transylvania Presbytery water team chose to try a different route in getting clean water to a community in the Yucatan Network. Read on.
We are Stronger and Better Together
The Yucatan network faced difficult times this spring but never gave up. Read on to see how they overcame those challenges with love, faith,
Living Waters for the World in the COVID-19 Crisis
Living Waters for the World teams have taught proper hand washing for years. Read on for uplifting news about how one Mexican community is d
It's About People - Not Water
Before governments began restricting travel, water partners in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula were able to gather for training. Read on to
A Year of Water
Pennington Presbyterian Church has a heightened appreciation for clean water. Read on to hear how their "year of water" increased
A Humble Hope Leads to 18 Partnerships
Living Waters for the world mission teams have formed over 1,000 water partnerships! While their impact has been great, their ambitions hav