Churches that transform both their communities and the world thrive. That is why Living Water International exists to serve the Church both globally and locally.

Here you will find resources that will help your church transform both your community and the world. Events like a Bible Storytelling Workshop, Pastor Vision Trip, or City Impact Summit can profoundly enhance on your church’s local and global impact. Communities like 10 Days Student Mobilization provide resources to be Christ’s witnesses on campus, and the Advent Conspiracy has helped countless churches celebrate Christ’s birth more authentically. This is the place for practical tools for proclaiming good news in word and deed.

Enjoy the impact stories you will find here, and if you have a story of your church’s global impact resulting in a thriving local church here at home, please share it with us over the SpeakPipe or by email. We would love to get in touch with you about sharing your story with the world, because apart from God, the greatest resource we have as the global Church…is each other.


For the Church to take on something as big as the world water crisis, we need more than supporters—we needs advocates. We need partners with a personal experience of the water crisis, a global vision for the Church, and a story to tell.

A Living Water International short-term trip to Central America, Haiti, or Africa is the perfect way to find that story.

Working alongside the communities we serve, through the local church, and under the direction of our local Living Water Staff, you will learn and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ by building relationships and serving others.

The stories you come home with will draw others to your passion for helping people gain access to safe drinking water, and experience living water.

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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.