Lives are Changed
One of TLC’s Emaswati board members, Zakes Nxumalo, said one day he visited the Miracle Campus:
“No one ever comes to Eswatini, and leaves unchanged.”
Indeed, that has been demonstrated time and time again.
We offer the following “changed lives” stories as samples. Many more changed lives have burst forth. Whether working on the field or supporting from afar, partners love what The Luke Commission is doing.
“I See. I Watch.” And What Does She See?
Linah waited quietly for a wheelchair at a Luke Commission mobile outreach in her rural community.
A sudden stroke a few months prior
“His PET Gives Independence & Mobility”
Dumsani Dlamini came to a Luke Commission mobile hospital outreach to see the doctor and hopefully to receive some medications for his aches & pains.
“Run, Run, as Fast as You Can, and Push, Push”
That’s what three Liswati boys did to get a man to a Luke Commission mobile hospital recently. Hezekiel Dlamini, age 51, received a PET
“The Recruiter Gets Recruited!”
Practice what you preach. Learn before you teach. Put some muscle behind your words. Walk the walk. Action speaks louder than words. TLC staff member Sipho Mabuza considered
“Birth Along the Way”
When it’s a lady’s time to deliver a child, God sends help. That happened today in Eswatini. A member of Parliament from the Sigcineni area, close to The Luke Commission’s Miracle Campus
“Who Will Fill These Shoes?”
Trent Beighle enthusiastically served Jesus for years, but five years ago when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor, Valerie and Trent made a decision to give their all to God and His work.
“Leens, Now More than Ever, on Board with TLC”
Leens, Now More than Ever, On Board with TLC Folks ask Neal or Trudy Leen why they’d take time off from good jobs and travel to Eswatini to work hard.
“Neely: TLC Changing Generation”
Do you have questions about male circumcision and why TLC is tackling this rather delicate subject?
So did Pat Neely.
“Visiting Pastor and Doctor Join TLC Outreaches”
“Visiting Pastor and Doctor Join TLC Outreaches” Many visitors from the United States and Canada travel to Eswatini to offer their time and talents.
“It’s a Busy Day”
That’s what a community leader declared at Sinceni Primary School, Eswatini, at an April Luke Commission mobile hospital outreach. Smartly dressed
“Darkness Does Not Hide…”
Sometimes the end of a long Luke Commission mobile hospital has special memories, special mind pictures, special gratitude… On this Thanksgiving