Living Water Short-Term Missions 2014

 Living Water International, 2014

“a cup of water in Jesus’ name…”

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Living Water Short-Term Missions


July 19 –  July 26, 2014

A Water Well Project to a rural village, Los Remedios, (65) Miles northwest of Leone, Nicaragua

October 25 – November 1, 2014

A Water Well Project to a mountain village, Los Gamales, (55) Miles southwest of San Salvador, El Salvador.

LWI began in 1990, when a group from Houston, Texas, traveled to Kenya and saw the desperate need for clean drinking water. They returned to Houston and founded a 501(c)3 non-profit. The fledgling organization equipped and trained a team of Kenyan drillers, and LWI Kenya began operations the next year under the direction of a national board. That pattern continues today; we train, consult, and equip local people to implement solutions in their own countries. Remembering the life-changing nature of that first trip in 1990, we also lead hundreds of volunteers on mission trips each year, working with local communities, under the leadership of nationals, to implement water projects. It’s hard to know which lives are changed more—those “serving” or those “being served.” Our training programs in shallow well drilling, pump repair, and hygiene education have equipped thousands of volunteers and professionals in the basics of integrated water solutions since 1997.

2014 Supporting Sponsor :  American Industrial, Inc. Warren, MI

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