Article by MEREDITH MAINES, original can be found here. Pastor Moses Chinyama was raised in a cult, a devoted disciple. When he finally escaped its clutches and became a believer, he felt called to lead others out of the same bondage he experienced in childhood. Clean water, offered at local churches like his, is one way Moses […]Read more "Clean Water Changing Physical and Spiritual Lives"
Each year, children lose 443 million school days because of water-related illnesses. Would you help us bring safe water to these kids so they can stay in school and learn to read and write? Just $5 can bring safe water to a student for an entire year. When you work with us on your real […]Read more "Education is Power"
These are the faces and the stories of the people Living Water International is helping directly. We feel honored to be a small piece of that.Read more "Why We Do What We Do"
The benefits of clean water go on and on. We though it might be important to break down exactly what it means for the health of these communities. Living Water International put together these materials to show just how much of an impact it makes.Read more "Understanding the Benefits of Clean Water"
“Our social involvement has evangelistic consequences as we bear witness to the transforming grace of Jesus Christ.” Living Water International is and organization we partner because they are being the hands and the feet. They are bringing the essential need for water, as well as the living water of the gospel, to communities that desperately […]Read more "Being The Hands and Feet"
It doesn’t. It is nearly impossible to pursue development in economic areas or educational pieces or even sanitary health advocacy. Without clean water, the challenge to grow seems overwhelming. Safe water changes lives, changes villages, changes interactions, changes relationships. It is the foundation. Look at this simple illustrations by Living Water International that shows just […]Read more "How Does Anything Develop Without Water?"
783 million people do not have access to clean water. 2.5 billion do not have access to adequate sanitation. 6-8 million people die of water related diseases every year. That is like wiping out the entire city of Manhattan in one fell swoop. That is an enormous amount of people. All for not having the access to […]Read more "Wiping Out New York City"