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Thank you all for your continued prayers

Please join us in praying for Eswatini:

  • To come to a timely and peaceful resolution for this civil unrest crisis.
  • That the current Covid-19 case count would remain low despite all the turmoil.
  • For safety for our staff, volunteers, missionaries, and all their families.
  • That supply lines would be safe so that vulnerable families can get the food they need.

Please pray for peace

Please join us in praying for Eswatini:

  • To come to a timely and peaceful resolution for this civil unrest crisis.
  • That the current Covid-19 case count would remain low despite all the turmoil.
  • For safety for our staff, volunteers, missionaries, and all their families.
  • That supply lines would be safe so that vulnerable families can get the food they need.
Umdoni New Students

Incoming Umdoni Student Interviews

We’re so excited to welcome our latest batch of students to the Umdoni Leadership Campus! We have ten incoming students from our CarePoints around the nation. We wanted to interview them so you could get to know them and encourage them as well.

Nonduduzo Ndlela

Nonduduzo joins us from the Ekudzeni region. She is a lively young woman that has such a servant heart. She comes from a family with 9 siblings, her sister Nombulelo is one of our staff members! One of her goals is to see a thriving garden at Ekudzeni CarePoint.


Simangele Mavimbela

Simangele joins us from the Ngonini region. She is joyful and bubbly, loving deep laughter and caring for others. She dreams of growing crops, vegetables, and pigs at Ngonini where her siblings get their daily meals.


Lindelani Lokotfwako

Lindelani joins us from Lesibovu region. She loves welding, wood work, and spending time working in general with tools. She wants to instill the ability to make a living and know Christ at Lesibovu CarePoint.


(Patrick) Nthuthuko Nleko

Patrick joins us from the Lesibovu region. He’s a very polite guy from a very big family. More than 20 people live daily at his family’s homestead. He’s very interested in Solar energy and wants to help young men and women find stability and independence through business and right living.


Elliot appreciates you

Elliot Nkambule has been a great part of our team for years. He wanted to express his gratitude that he can continue to support his family and community, who is deeply missing their special friends who usually visit and spread such love. He’s thankful because of our wonderful partners and friends and he’s praying that each and every one of you can have divine protection through this season.