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These last 6 months in Swaziland have flown by as we’ve increasingly settled into routine. Every week is pretty similar- staff meetings, multimedia, IT, payroll, and going to carep...

We’ve been looking back at what our mission organization has been able to accomplish in 2016. We’re proud to say that we’re only a small part of this movement in Swaziland. We’re g...

“Sawubona.”

The cashier quickly double-takes to my face.“Did you just say ‘Sawubona?”

“Yebo! One can’t stay in Swaziland more than a year and not learn some siSwati.”

As I dr...

Last Sunday, Brandon drove out of country to pick up a short term mission team. We were so excited because the team was from our home church but also anxious as this was the first...

It is easy to take all of this -our life and ministry- for granted. We can become so busy and miss all that God has for us, we can miss the point of why we’re here. That’s not how...

Sisi. Make wa Zach. Mbali.

These are a few of my new names. I’m relatively used to sisi, as every woman here is your “sister.” But Make wa Zach, well, I’ve only been “Zach’s mo...

Blessings. We feel them every day here. God has given us rain for the past few days. Many mornings, low clouds and mist surround our house. My heart this morning is full, I can fee...

We have internet! We have air conditioning! We have a 1-year-old!

Apologies for the radio silence- so much has happened in the last few weeks but we haven’t had internet to post...