In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, here’s how Living Water International is continuing our essential, life-saving work of empowering communities with safe water, sanitation and hygiene, and the hope of the gospel message.
In the face of the global coronavirus threat, Living Water International is equipped, called, and positioned to respond.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, learn how women in Sierra Leone, Nicaragua, and India are using safe water to transform their futures.
Team Living Water athlete, Stella Chen, shares what inspires her to keep running for the thirsty and how her recent Living Water Trip changed her life.
This community of South Sudanese refugees living in Uganda desperately needed safe drinking water.
Living Water’s Flourish model helps equip local churches to address the physical and spiritual needs of their communities.
These church partners and many others are transforming the lives of the physically and spiritually thirsty around the world!
17-year-old Kylee Tenny raised awareness and support for Living Water by hula hooping for 24 hours via livestream.
At Living Water International’s 2019 Gala, our President and CEO, Mike Mantel, shared how the Church is empowering thirsty communities to arise through water, for life, in Jesus’ name.
Travel with us to coffee fields in Uganda and learn how safe water changed everything for this family.
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