Connecting the Church to Share God’s Love in a Thirsty World

We exist to help the Church care for a thirsty world.

At Living Water International, we believe the global Church can solve the world’s water crisis while growing disciples at home and abroad. Join us as we come alongside local churches to proclaim the gospel in word and deed.

Strengthen your congregation’s discipleship and service while you join us in providing clean water to under-resourced communities, through this journey:

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Find resources to expand spiritual insight and understanding of God’s work in the world.

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Seeing God in action deepens faith and attracts seekers. We offer fresh experiences for active faith.

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Through Living Water, you’ll know your financial contribution helps proclaim the gospel in word and deed.

Coming Alongside the Local Church

Living Water comes alongside the global Church in four specific ways to promote wholistic flourishing:

Why Partner with Living Water?

Our donor churches say they select Living Water as a missions partner for many reasons. Most often, we hear four explanations:

Fulfilling the Great Commission:

Partnering with our work extends the church’s ability to “go and make disciples” at home and around the world.

Living Out the Great Commandment:

Living Water makes it possible to “love your neighbor as yourself” by meeting physical needs.

Helping the Church be Relevant & Engaged:

Pastors tell us that when church members get involved with Living Water, they come alive as they experience the relevance and unity of the Church.

It’s Easy:

Missions pastors appreciate our turnkey solutions for service trips and activities that help congregants expand their experience and grow in knowledge.


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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.