“Whoever believes in me, as the scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.’”—John 7:38
Something exciting is happening in Kiminini, and it is changing lives for eternity.
As part of Water Mission’s Living Water program, nearly 30 church leaders in Kiminini, Kenya, are receiving biblical training and meeting regularly to study, fast, and pray. In a community riddled with false teaching and relational division, this program has helped build unity across denominations, encouraging churches to care for their community together.
Very few pastors in this community have had any prior theological training. This has led to misinterpretations ... Read More
To Marco Mendez, working for Water Mission is a dream come true. As a child he dreamt of being a missionary, sharing Jesus with others as he worked alongside them. Serving as a Water Mission Technician in Mexico, he feels he is fulfilling this calling.
Marco first encountered Water Mission when his own community began a safe water project. Marco’s father had just passed away, leaving Marco to lead the church his father once pastored. When Water Mission Mexico Country Director Johnny Bermudez came to explain the project, Marco thought, “We are not alone! This is a sign. God sent them ... Read More
When Water Mission builds safe water solutions, we also build relationships with local churches. Together, we can meet physical needs and open doors to the spiritual transformation that only comes from a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
In 2022, we deepened our church partnerships by piloting an updated Living Water training program in Uganda, Mexico, and Kenya. New training modules focused on empowering local pastors with sound biblical knowledge and principles for effective discipleship.
Pastor Lastone Ngobi in Uganda shared, “The [training] has made it very easy for us to share the good news.”
Continuous learning is a cornerstone of Water Mission’s work, ... Read More
On World Water Day and throughout the year, we join with partners and communitiesto end the global water crisis.
More than 2.2 billion people lack access to safe water. But, we believe there is hope.
Every day, we work to transform lives by providing custom solutions to each community—even in some of the most challenging situations.
Engineering, Innovation, and Impact in the Amazon
For decades, families in the remote community of San Roque, Peru, used contaminated water from the Amazon River which caused deadly illnesses. Living deep in the Amazon rainforest, they had no other option.
Appropriate engineering design takes into account geographical contexts. ... Read More
Women Leaving a Legacy of Clean, Safe Water
Water Mission is proud to celebrate the UN’s International Women’s Day, recognizing the achievements and contributions of women that make our world a better place.
The women who work with Water Mission’s safe water project in San Martin de Letira, Peru, embody what this day seeks to honor. Their leadership, collaboration, and community-building efforts help ensure their San Martin de Letira has access to clean, safe water. Through their example they are modeling how women can make a difference in the world.
Prior to 2013, the people of San Martin de Letira lacked access to ... Read More
A Look Back: One Year of Safe Water for Ukraine
February 24, 2022, is a day that changed the trajectory of millions of lives. When Russia invaded Ukraine, men, women, and children went from living a life of normalcy to a life of seeking refuge overnight. Families were torn apart. Communities were devastated. An entire country was shaken to its core. This ongoing crisis continues to impact millions of people, including the 5.4 million who are internally displaced in Ukraine. Deadly missile strikes continue to damage municipal infrastructure, leaving people without reliable access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) resources.
With ... Read More