Field Stories

  • Beauty From Ashes

    The season of Easter is upon us and with that I’m reminded of God’s promise of Jesus in Isaiah 61:1-3…

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  • 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 More the Merrier

    The large banner hanging over the street was a familiar: “Merry Christmas.” But I was surprised, because I was in…

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  • Life Change in Lubin

    Last week, I had the privilege of traveling to Haiti with a group from 1040.com (If you haven’t checked them…

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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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  • When Clean Water Comes to a Refugee Community

    San Ramon is a rural community located in south-central Guatemala. Home to about 100 families, San Ramon became a safe…

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  • Stories from Santo Domingo: Digging the Miles

    Every time I visit a new developing water project, I grow increasingly excited about the miraculous transformations that are taking…

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  • Stories from Santo Domingo: When the Power Goes Out

    Power outages and lack of running water are a part of life in Santo Domingo, which is more developed compared…

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  • Stories From Santo Domingo: Getting Settled

    Written by Megan Anthony from the field in The Dominican Republic Giving back to the community around me, and reaching…

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  • Madre

    The following story was written by our Regional Health and Hygiene trainer in Chiapas, Mexico, following her stay in the…

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