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The Wells Project Students: Change CatalystsThe Wells Project 10 Days Pure Charity Breakaway LEAD

The Wells Project Students: Change Catalysts

Last month our Wells Project student leaders from colleges across the country convened to brainstorm awesomeness—how to be evenmore effective advocates for the thirsty on campuses and in their entire communities. We're excited (and so grateful!) to report that these movers-and-shakers are getting noticed. World changers have a tendancy of doing just that. Pure Charity thinks so, too, and named our peeps their January Change Catalysts.

READ MORE published: February 04, 2013

H2O Project: What is "Good News"?West Seattle Christian Church H2O Project Good News Americas Do Something

H2O Project: What is

Don Jacobs, pastor of West Seattle Christian Church, begins the H2O Project tomorrow with his congregation. On his blog he pondered the meaning of "good news" in context—how do we translate the good news of the gospel into the hearts of people we serve? We extend Christ's living water and the clean water that meets physical needs. Living Water partners with churches to see both come to fruition—we're so grateful to serve shoulder-to-shoulder with them.

READ MORE published: February 12, 2013

Celebrate 2012 With Us!milestones year-in-review celebrate Americas Announcement

Celebrate 2012 With Us!

It's time to celebrate! Together, you helped us make 2012 a year of life change. Read more to see the 10 milestones—global progress, emergency response, awesome advocates—that we find especially excellent. Somersaults and cartwheels encouraged.

READ MORE published: February 14, 2013

Team Living Water: Seattle Rock 'n' RollSeattle Pacific Northwest Church Team Living Water Americas

Team Living Water: Seattle Rock 'n' Roll

Five years ago, Pastor Justin and Virginia Kim of New Life Fellowship learned of the water crisis from a member of their church. As their congregation grew, they wanted their impact on the world to do the same. Now Justin and Virginia are taking the cause of clean water personally. In June they'll run the Seattle Rock 'n' Roll half marathon with Team Living Water, enduring so the thirsty don't have to.

READ MORE published: February 20, 2013

Team Living Water: Running Bolder BoulderColorado Bolder Boulder Team Living Water The Wells Project Americas

Team Living Water: Running Bolder Boulder

As a barista in her church's cafe, Jenica first heard of Living Water through the tip jar. The cafe donated the contributions toward ending the water crisis! Since then she's teamed up with other college students raising awareness about the cause of clean water through The Wells Project. And now she's gearing up for her first Team Living Water run, Colorado's Bolder Boulder in May.

READ MORE published: February 21, 2013

El Salvador: A Twist on Team-BuildingTriumph Corporate Team Building Dallas el salvador

El Salvador: A Twist on Team-Building

In early February a 12-person team from Triumph Bancorp in Dallas traveled to the Salvadoran village of El Castaño to drill a well with us as their corporate team building exercise! How cool that a company would use this opportunity to not only draw their hearts closer together as co-workers, but that they would do so as co-laborers with the work God's doing for the thirsty. We're grateful for their presence with our program staff and wanted to share what they'll remember forever. They are first-hand testimonies to the demonstration of God's love. We're inspired.

READ MORE published: February 28, 2013

Words Flow Like Water—No Matter the LanguageTrips nicaragua Worship Spanish Language

Words Flow Like Water—No Matter the Language

Annie (new to our staff!) studies Spanish at the University of Houston with a heart that beats for Nicaragua. Read how she experienced God’s presence on a recent well-drilling trip with Houston Baptist University.

READ MORE published: March 22, 2013

The H2O Project

READ MORE published: April 08, 2013

A Haitian's Financial Reality Without Waterhaiti Spring Campaign Poverty Americas General

A Haitian's Financial Reality Without Water

It's easy to lose hope in Haiti. Our friend Jean Pierre fights the cycle of poverty every day in Terre Noire. Jean Pierre dreams of one day having a better school and a closer hospital. He hopes his four children can become engineers, farmers or doctors. But without first gaining access to a source of safe water, he lives without hope.

READ MORE published: April 18, 2013

No Water, No Hope in Haiti—Yet!haiti Spring Campaign Terre Noire Americas General

In Asephie Pierre's village, Terre Noire, animals defecate in the river where she and her family collect their drinking water. Would you let your family drink water containing animal waste? Mothers like Asephie have no choice in Haiti. No water, no hope—yet!

READ MORE published: April 24, 2013



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