Living Waters for the World (LWW) is a global mission resource of the Synod of Living Water. The focus is getting clean, usable water to people in need. The method for doing this is through teaching people to empower local community members to build and operate systems that provide clean water and health education in their communities. These systems use available contaminated water and make it clean.
LWW was founded in the early 1990’s by Wil Howie – a minister in the Synod of Living Water. He believed that his Synod, with help from others, could bring life-saving water to people all over the world. To date, more than 500 clean water systems have been installed and are operating in developing areas. Members of CPC are working directly with people and villages in El Salvador to get clean water to those in need.
The World Health Organization tells us that about 3 million people, most of them children, die every year from water-related illnesses. Communities everywhere need access to clean water and education about water use and health. LWW is one way we can help with this.