Nurse Melody Miller has spent her whole nursing career in Swaziland. She came on a short-term stint with Cedarville University nursing students between here junior and senior year in 2010. Shortly after graduating, Melody returned full-time with The Luke Commission in 2012.
Melody tells others that Swaziland is her home. She was raised on a farm in Iowa. “The Swazi people, culture and weather speak to me dearly.” She likes Isaiah 42:9, which tells her to forget former things because God is doing something new. “Oh, yes, I like that!”
The future of the Swaziland and TLC partnership is bright, Melody believes. “God knew this was a peaceful country and would be a good base. We may go into other countries but the Miracle Campus will be the training ground. And then there’s the obvious need here,” she continues. “Need and culture, that’s why TLC will stay in Swaziland.”
To those who are considering working with TLC, Melody explains: “If you want to make an eternal investment or if you don’t believe in miracles, come see for yourself.”