Bulembu Honoured to host His Majesty

– Newsletter 2014 02 History was made in Bulembu on Thursday, 20 February 2014, as his Maj- esty King Mswati III paid a visited to our community. The town was abuzz with excitement as preparations got underway more than a week ahead of his Maj- esty’s visit. His Majesty, King Mswati III took the time…

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Camp Masters!

By Akki & Allison El-Kaakour Walking into the daunting 16 days of Rangers camp in the forest, this past school holidays, held an air of anticipation and excitement.  Would the weather hold out for the duration of all the camps and provide for us sunny skies?  Will the water boilers provide enough hot water for…

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Hope made simple

During March I once again had the awesome opportunity to visit our Babyhome here in Bulembu, with a friend. We went to take some photos of some the a team’s members spending some time with the little ones. I was on the floor, and having a hard time taking a nice shot of the two…

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Graduation Day

“What you’ve given us is education.  And no one can take that from us.” Chris’ words, as representative of the graduating Form 5’s from Bulembu Christian Academy, were directed to more than those people sitting in the audience at last Saturday’s ceremony. His gratitude included everyone who has volunteered, donated, prayed for and visited Bulembu;…

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Choir in Canada

I don’t remember ever feeling such anticipation and excitement as I felt waiting at the airport for the Bulembu choir and chaperones to come through the doors from Canada Customs, after flying through London from Johannesburg, South Africa. When I overheard the British accents of a flight crew, I asked them if the choir was…

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More Blessed to Give than to Receive: An Outreach Experience in Malanda

The young adults group from the Bulembu Community Church participated in an outreach in the nearby community of Malanda. During this event, the young people accompanied by their leaders and appointed assistants from the community visited designated homesteads of old widows who have no one caring for them. As the groups visited the homesteads they…

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The Day of the African Child

On Saturday the 8th of June, the Bulembu Children’s Choir had their first performance outside of Bulembu. The event called ‘The Day of the African Child’ was to celebrate the children of Africa and many of the residential childcare facilitators in and around Swaziland were there. It was a wonderful chance to fellowship and spend…

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Blessed With Hearing

Blessed by a surprise donation of new, high quality hearing aids, Siphosami, a teenage girl in Bulembu, is now experiencing consistent and adequate hearing. Previously Siphosami was using hearing aids that were very uncomfortable for her and therefore difficult for her to utilize regularly. Today, as a result of the generosity of Steven and Vicky…

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Gary’s Bulembu Journey

Here on his fourth tour since 2008, Gary Todoroff is again providing two months of photography and graphics training for the Connect Department in Bulembu.   As a volunteer with Overseas Resource Link based in Eureka, California, he also has helped with setting up a hydroponics system donated by American Hydroponics, and is working with Eureka…

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Bulembu Choir Of Hope

Excitement is in the air as a new choir emerges in Bulembu. Distinct from other choirs this team will be preparing for both local and international performances in England, Northern Ireland, Canada and the United States. Raising  awareness and support for Bulembu Ministries Swaziland and Challenge Ministries Swaziland, who combined have around 400 children in…

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