As 2020 comes to an end, let’s not see a year marked by darkness, but a year marked by the light of God’s love shown through his people.
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Merry Christmas from Living Water!
In the midst of a difficult year, our community became a beacon of hope for those that needed it most, proving that God’s love will always shine brighter during the darkest times. Let his love continue to shine through you this Christmas.
You responded with us so we could serve alongside communities most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
You united with us to quench the thirst of our sisters and brothers so they could have a brighter future.
You loved your global neighbors so they could be equipped to face these challenging times.
Yet there are thousands around the world who are still waiting for their glimmer of hope in the darkness. Hope that can only come through safe water, clean hands, and the message of God’s love. This Christmas, let’s continue uniting, responding, and loving our thirsty sisters and brothers around the world to be their light.
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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.