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Grateful Sizwe Keeps His TLC Job Close and Handy

“Thank you for taking care of me with medications, a cart to move around, everything. Then you let me work! My job with TLC wakes me up in the morning and makes me smile in the day.”   These are the grateful words of disabled Sizwe...

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She Waited 15 Years and Lost Hope

For fifteen years a lipoma had been growing under her collarbone, getting larger and larger. Emma Gama had “no hope,” except to assume the fatty tumor would just continue to increase in size and bother.   That’s what she told...

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I was Afraid

Fear of the unknown, fear of unfounded gossip, fear of a difficult life being made more difficult… That was Sonto Magagula’s view from behind a dim eye.   But brought to the light of an operation on the Miracle Campus recently, th...

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Life on the Miracle Campus

The Luke Commission Compassionate Medicine now extends to good food grown by fledging farmers and expanded lodgings built by the assets team.   It all has happened on the Miracle Campus in the last year – not to mention two marriages a...

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When a Swazi Boy Loses His Leg...

It’s strange how an otherwise healthy boy could lose a leg, but not his life, when a train ran over him.   But that’s the story told by both the 12-year-old boy and his sister, when they came to The Luke Commission outreach looking...

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Baptism Joy!

Baptism tells the world, especially those watching, that Jesus has become your Lord, that the powers of darkness have been stunned and negated by the blood of Christ. It’s an outward sign of an inward declaration. ...

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A Man for all Swazi Seasons

A respected government leader in his country, Rogers Mamba came to The Luke Commission after he lost a reelection bid in 2013. The Swaziland government’s temporary loss was The Luke Commission’s gain.   During the years since, Roge...

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From Tears and Fear

She cried just thinking about her life in the last nine months, how much it had improved, how grateful she was to be alive, how strangers had reached out to her and were now friends. Londiwe Ginindza is 17 years old. She looks younger until you wa...

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"Now I Can Sing!" (and Get Off the Ground)

Two disabled sisters voiced gratitude to all the people they will never meet who have brightened their lives.   A neighbor brought 15-year-old Dudu to a recent Luke Commission outreach. Dudu walked on her knees; her lower legs were under-de...

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Spotted on a Hillside...

Far on a hillside, a long way from The Luke Commission’s Room 9, staff member Missi saw a schoolboy squinting to look through "such a small pair of glasses."   Missi thought, "Thank you, Lord, for letting me look right the...

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