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Maximize the Miracle

February 11th is more than three days before Valentine’s Day for The Luke Commission in Swaziland.

Oh, it’s full of love, God’s love magnified by you - our supporters’ love. 

It’s the one-year anniversary of the Miracle Campus, the day Harry and Echo signed a contract to buy 30 acres of prime land to build a permanent base for TLC operations and a training center to reproduce the mobile clinic model in other countries.

Here’s the land God prepared for The Luke Commission a year ago. 

Showers of blessings have descended on that piece of property ever since.  For every dollar TLC donors give, a Colorado donor is matching 3 times, but we need that 1 dollar to capture the next 3.  

Please help us Maximize the Miracle—the miracle of the land and now the miracle of the buildings!  The materials for the next three buildings are on four containers currently crossing the ocean, thanks to the generosity of Ken and Rae from Colorado.

 Sun sets over Swaziland and the work continues.

This is where we ask your participation. 

We need $125,000 by Feb. 28, moving toward a total of $500,000 by September.

That’s The Luke Commission’s portion required to complete the projects scheduled for 2014.  The first $125,000 will be used for ground work and concrete foundations for the next three buildings.

The exterior of the Logistics Nerve Center is completed.  Now it's time to tackle the interior. 

 

Why Feb. 28th?  That’s the day last year when your financial gifts enabled The Luke Commission to purchase the Miracle Campus land. 

Please know this is above your normal contributions, all of which are keeping the mobile hospital services reaching rural Swaziland with compassionate medicine and the Hope of the Gospel.

On this anniversary of affection from above, would you take the next step on the Miracle Campus with us?

Watch Video of TLC Miracle Campus Site Plan


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