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A Trip Overview from Building Well #5

Posted on May 19th, 2017
Triumph 2017 Team in El Salvador

Three weeks have passed since Triumph’s team of 12 returned from building their well with Living Water International in El Salvador, but great memories and strong friendships remain. The team was faced with disappointment when the first well that they drilled could not provide enough water pressure to pump water. When they realized… Continue reading »

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The Home Stretch: Day 5 in El Salvador

Posted on April 28th, 2017

Thursday was an enjoyable day for the team in El Salvador. It started with a Living Water devotional focused on generosity and was followed by a hardy breakfast. After breakfast, the team was fueled up and ready to get to work! Minimal work remained Thursday after the team achieved significant… Continue reading »

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A Day Can Make All the Difference: Day 4 in El Salvador

Posted on April 27th, 2017

Yesterday we shared that the Triumph team was fighting off feelings of disappointment when their original well placement, including two days’ worth of drilling, was lost due to unexpected issues with water pressure. Today, we are pleased to report that the team was able to make up lost time and is… Continue reading »

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Oh How the ‘Water Tables’ Have Turned: Day 3 in El Salvador

Posted on April 26th, 2017

After a successful first day of drilling, day two started off equally well for the Triumph team. The morning devotional focused on unity, teamwork and compassion, all of which have been visible in this group since the beginning of the trip. It wasn’t until later in the day that this… Continue reading »

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Warm Welcomes (and Full Bellies): Day Two 2 in El Salvador

Posted on April 25th, 2017

The Triumph team is glad to report their first day in Canton Cerco de Piedra was promising! The day was filled with heartfelt greetings, drilling deep enough to strike water, connecting instantly with the people of the village and not only one, but three Salvadorian meals. The team’s first day… Continue reading »

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