Meet The Team
Robbie is the oldest member of the team but very much beloved. Having traveled many times to Eswatini he is affectionately known as 'mkhulu' which means grandfather. He is excited about spending time ministering at the Women's Centre this year. He has asked that you would pray for family at home especially his daughter!
David is back for his second trip to Eswatini. David has a passion about other people and loves caring for them. With many years experience as a nurse he will be putting his skills to great use working in Bulembu, and keeping the team in good health. He is looking forward to spending extra time in Bulembu this year and has asked for prayer particularly for Ngwenya ICBC where the team will be ministering from Friday 30th June to Sunday July 2nd.
Keith has several trips to Eswatini under his belt, but knows that ever trip is different. He is looking forward to the fun day football tournament and asks you pray for the save arrival of all the bags. (Remembering last year they all got lost for about a week!)
Teddy is one of the new members on this years team! He is excited to be part of this great opportunity and is especially looking forward to meeting all the people for the first time. He has asked you to pray that God will fulfil all our needs to spread the Good News over these next few weeks.
Colin is another new team member on his first trip to Eswatini. He is excited to share God's love and seeing His amazing work in action. He has asked not only that you would pray for the team but that you pray for safety and protection of the loved ones that are at home while the team is away.
Bryan is the last of our new team members that needs introduced. He is excited to share the Gospel with the people of Eswatini and has asked that your would pray for safety and protection on the team, and those around the team, but most of all that folk would be saved!
Please remember each of these men as they seek to answer the Lord's call to go to a distant land and share the Gospel in words and in deed. Pray for a mighty move of God both in them and through them and of course please remember their families and loved ones at home over these next few weeks.