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Her Blindness Opens Other Eyes

The compromised, poor vision of a Swazi orphan opened the eyes of The Luke Commission staff to her whole family’s health needs.   Ntombikayise Khoza walked to TLC’s mobile hospital outreach high up in the mountains of Swaziland. Sh...

'Thank You, TLC, for My New Mouth'

Sakhile is a valued member of The Luke Commission. He counsels HIV patients. He drives wherever TLC sends him. He works hard and leads quietly. However, and it’s a big “however,” he looks sad, a little withdrawn.   That&rsquo...

Latest TLC Venture:“A Little Bit of Farmer in All of Us”

On land recently added to Miracle Campus in Swaziland, The Luke Commission is trying its collective hand at agriculture.   “Farming is like life. You get up every morning, do the best you can, and it turns out okay,” said the Mirac...

A Huge Outreach - Glorious!

What exactly should The Luke Commission call what it does? That’s always been a behind-the-scenes question. Not the mission or vision – those are clear and consistent. But the correct word or words to paint a mental picture of what hap...

She Returns to Say "Thanks" for Her Son's Life

Reconnecting with patients who no longer need a doctor is a joy that is always just around the corner – or at the next TLC mobile hospital outreach. Take, for instance, Cebsile Masiumula, mother of Mazwathini, now ten years old. Cebsile b...

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New-Style Mobility Cart Given on Roadside

Mfanawenkhosi Hlatjawko, known as Thathel in his Swazi community, met two Luke Commission staff members on a dirty road five kilometers from this homestead.   He waited patiently that day on the roadside. He had been waiting patiently for thre...

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"Now I Will Be A Man!"

This was not something Sandziso Ndlovu thought he could ever say.   The constricted foreskin on his penis causing severe adhesion prevented him from urinating properly. He suffered both physically and mentally.   In October, 2015, the 1...

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Old Friends Reunite at TLC Outreach

A Luke Commission outreach is not a circus (there are no trapeze artists), not a carnival (there’s no cotton candy), not an amusement park (no rides), not a picnic (there’s not enough food for everyone). But it’s more than all of th...

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Yes, These Pictures are Worth 1,000 Words

It’s been a long time since we’ve shared a reading eyeglass story. But that doesn’t mean the reading eyeglass queues at The Luke Commission outreaches aren’t consistently long. They are. And patients are consistently elated an...

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Replication!

Duplication of The Luke Commission happened today in Swaziland. Two teams! Traveling to different rural communities offering free medical services with compassion to thousands.      "We have been working toward this day ...

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