This month's podcast is a conversation with Living Waters for the World's Social Media Coordinator, Doug Depies. Social Media is just one of the hats Doug wears at LWW--he is also a quadrant coordinator in the Yucatan network, he's an instructor for LWW at our training school, Clean Water U, and he's our podcast co-host as well. Doug has a gift for photography and videography (check out some of his work here and here) as well as for teaching. In this conversation, you'll learn what "helium hands" are (and that Doug has them), how he got involved with LWW and photography, and how he learned Spanish.
The music for this episode is the song "Agua de Vida" written by Harry Castillo for Living Waters for the World. Here is a link to a karaoke video of the song that Moraima Gonzalez, Cuba Network Coordinator, produced. Enjoy!
Living Waters for the World trains partners to work together so that communities have a sustainable source of purified drinking water. More partners mean more communities have safe water to drink! Whether our role is to pray, give, or go, we all have a calling. Check out our website to learn how you can be a part of this mission ministry that God has called us to work in together.
We have one more in-person Clean Water U training in 2022:
October 10-14 Johnsonburg Camp & Retreat Center in Johnsonburg, New Jersey
You'll find Clean Water U info here.
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