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How You Can Impact Over 5,200 Women This Month

One of my favorite conversations to have with you, our ministry partners, is how your support doesn’t just change people’s lives around the world, it changes your life too. The most common thing I hear when visiting community water projects with a group of donors is “Wow, I’m the one whose life was transformed on…

Hope Amidst the Ashes

Healing Waters International strives to provide long-term, sustainable water purification systems to help communities in the developing world have water that lasts a lifetime. Since sustainable water systems are our focus, we typically do not function as a disaster relief organization, but we are certainly burdened to come alongside communities who have been affected by…

Women’s Liberation through Water

With the Fourth of July right around the corner, it’s hard not to feel deep gratitude for the freedoms we experience every day in a developed country. Yet, some of our daily tasks don’t even register as freedoms because they are basic human rights, and we assume all humans have them. For example, the freedom…

Just Roll with It: How to Use Your Talents and Gifts for Good

Let’s be honest: the world is a messy, crazy place full of unknowns, disappointment, and ultimately, extreme brokenness. Turning off the news, looking away from that discouraging headline, and turning a blind eye to other people’s brokenness are all ways we cope. We also seek distractions: Netflixing the day away, scrolling endlessly through Instagram, and…

Meet Joey

My name is Joey Haas, and I’m the Graphic Design Intern for Healing Waters International for the summer! I’m headed into my senior year at the University of Miami in Florida as an Electronic Media major, which basically means I love journalism and design, especially when they are paired together in a creative and informative…

Meet Steven

Hello! My name is Steven Delain. I was born in Wichita, Kansas, and though my time there was brief, I enjoyed spending the first few years of my life immersed in a community of family and childhood friends—relationships that have lasted a lifetime. At the ripe age of six-years-old, my family made a huge transition…

Meet Kate

Hi, my name is Kate Lengacher! I was born and raised in Wakarusa, Indiana—a small town of about 1,600 friendly, Midwest folks. My parents were born and raised in this community, and my two older sisters and I grew up surrounded by family and friends. I am thankful for my roots in a small, Midwest…

Clearer on the Other Slide

“Which of these bottles of water is dirty?” asks Jose, the health & hygiene teacher in the rural community of San Pablo in Guatemala, while he holds up three different water bottles. One is visibly dirty, brown water that looks like the water from the river. The children immediately eliminate that bottle saying “of course…

Meet Kim

Hi everyone, my name is Kimberly Echeverria, but you can call me Kim! I’m originally from Guatemala, but moved to Texas when I was only a year old. Growing up in Texas was so much fun! As a young girl, I lived on my grandparents’ farm in a Nacogdoches, Texas. When I wasn’t in school,…