Hitting the Ground Running...
After a couple very long days of travelling we arrived back in Swaziland on the 5th of March. We had a nice little welcome sign on our door made by some of the children of the SLC. It was great to be back in home in Swaziland!!
So, after seeing what was happening to my mother-in-law, we decided to take her to a private clinic. There are 2 really good private clinics in Swaziland. The difference in care compared to the public government hospitals is like night and day. The kicker is the cost! It is very expensive for any persons budget! Sadly, for most Swazi people this care is never an option. Well, after 5 clinic visits, and a bunch of blood tests over a 3 week period, we thankfully we got some answers and my mother-in-laws health condition improved greatly! Thank you Jesus! Basically, she was experiencing complications from Diabetes & complications from medications that were conflicting with each other. We were able to get her on the right medication and also a meter to regulate her blood sugar. We thank the Lord that she is now doing well! It's only because of the financial support we receive from our friends and from our Kenmore Alliance Church family that we were able to get her the proper care that she needed. We thank you so much for your love to us!
Easters with YWAM!
Sometime in the middle of May we received our 29th child to the Sandra Lee Centre. Her name is Nonduduzo and she is a beautiful & lively 7 year old girl. Nonduduzo was a child who attended the AIM Neighborhood Care Point in the community of Bheveni. This care point was one of the places that both Zwakele and I ministered at while we were with AIM. We are so happy to have her at the SLC!!
Some Prayer Requests