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Churches Making A Big Impact In Thirsty Communities

We’re so grateful for church partners who are changing lives across the globe. Here are some of the many amazing churches that made a difference this year!

Grace Presbyterian Church

At our 2019 Gala, Arise, the Living Water International community celebrated the impact of Grace Presbyterian Church in Houston, Texas. This year, they helped launch the new WASH (water access, sanitation, and hygiene) Program Area in Plaine-du-Nord.

Watch this new video to learn how Grace Presbyterian is sharing safe water and God’s love with an entire region!

Liquid Church

Liquid Church—a congregation with multiple campuses in New Jersey—has been investing in the thirsty for over a decade. Just in the past five years alone, they have funded more than 250 projects! They even opened a Clean Water Café right in the lobby of their main campus, donating $1 for every cup of coffee sold.

Liquid Church has been instrumental in implementing the Ruhango WASH Program Area (WPA) in Rwanda and will help launch the upcoming WPA in Busasamana, Rwanda.

Living Stones Churches

Living Stones Churches in Nevada has partnered with Living Water since 2009. Every year, as a part of their annual Advent Conspiracy campaign, Living Stones has dedicated 50 percent of their year-end offering to helping the thirsty—even during financially difficult seasons. In total, Living Stones has given $893,000—impacting thousands of thirsty people around the world!

Christ Community Church

Christ Community Church in Chicago is helping launch Living Water’s first WPA in Sierra Leone. What began as a year-end goal to raise $75,000 grew into a gift of over $750,000 to impact Sierra Leone over the next three years. Through a church-planting partnership with New Harvest Ministries, Christ Community Church’s commitment will empower local church leaders with the resource they need to reach their neighbors: safe water.

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Our Response to COVID-19

In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, here’s how Living Water International is continuing our essential, life-saving work.

GUATEMALA

Living Water currently works along the Pacific coast of Guatemala. Team members will use an LS300 or a LS400 drill rig with our in-country drillers and help our hygiene team share proper sanitation techniques and Bible stories. You’ll get to experience the rich Guatemalan culture in Antigua, including a coffee plantation tour and Cerro de la Cruz—a beautiful cross set on a hill.