Agua Viva is an opportunity for the body of Christ to work together and provide clean drinking water to men, women, and children who live in extreme poverty. We pray and believe lives will be changed as the love of Jesus Christ is revealed through meeting their physical need.

As followers of Christ we are called to help those who cannot help themselves. "Jesus said, 'Truly I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me'" Matthew 25:40

Supporting Agua Viva is an opportunity to put our faith into action, to be a voice for those who can't speak up, and to go out into the world to show the love of Christ. You can make a difference and provide hope for the lives of widows, orphans, and those less fortunate people in countries who have little to no hope themselves.

Our prayer is that by meeting a physical need, we will be able to share the gospel and point people to the one true Savior. Join us as we seek to provide clean water for those in need in the name of Jesus Christ. For God's namesake and His Glory!

If you would like to get involved or if you would like to schedule someone to come and speak at your church/event to learn how you can join others in this project, please email Josh at
"...but whoever drinks of the water that I will give him shall never thirst; but the water that I will give him will become in him a well of water springing up to eternal life.” John 4:14

Saturday, March 17, 2012

A deep bore well has been funded and will be dug in a village called El Cacao.

El Cacao is a small village in the central region of Guatemala. This village is one of many across this country that has only polluted water sources to offer its inhabitants.  People living here struggle under extreme poverty and frequent illness, which is due largely to the lack of sanitation and hygiene available to them. 
A well in this village will end the cycle of hardship and give hope to the people living there.  No longer will the poverty stricken villagers have to drink contaminated water, nor must they spend what little money they have buying clean water.

Praise God that we are able to be a part of helping these people receive fresh, clean water!

This picture and the one following are where the people
of the village of El Cacao are currently getting there water from.
This is what a well looks like.