Author archive for Guest

  • A Natural State

    What does it mean to “treat” water? On the surface it seems simple: “Treated water” is that which has been…

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  • The Easiest Part of Your Christmas Season

    In Laguna del Cofre, Chiapas, Mexico, the children who attend the local school enjoy a luxury that is quite uncommon…

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  • The Thin Spaces

    By Karlee Mikkelson In June of 2016, I was introduced to the amazing work that Healing Waters does. I was…

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  • Saying Yes

    By Jessie Matteson, Owner of Jessie Nichole Photography  Sometimes I get overwhelmed with the opportunities that have landed in my lap.…

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  • Guatemala Learning to Harvest the Rain to Prevent Malnutrition

    Source: Latin American Herald Tribune CAMOTAN, Guatemala – About a decade ago, the “rain began to fail” one May and…

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  • Why Water?

    What do water and child nutrition have to do with each other? Just about everything, when considering how often children…

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  • Eat, Drink, and Be Merry

    “Eat, drink, and be merry.” When our development and marketing team suggested this as the theme for our year-end letter, at…

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  • The Work Will Not Stop

    The Eglise de Dieu en Christ de la nouvelle Alliance church of 400 people located in Tabarre, Haiti has been…

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  • Faith, Family, and Our Part to Play

    We had the privilege of being accompanied by our good friend D’Anne Maddox, Director of Marketing at 1040.com, on a recent…

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  • Site Inauguration: Dominican Republic

    Stories of site inaugurations are some of our favorites. In partnership with Food for the Hungry, one of our latest site inaugurations…

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