STAN & SUE DREW
Stan and Sue have been serving as missionaries in Swaziland since 2004. They operate on four strategic pillars that they call Swazi LIFE:
MARK & ANJALI JONES
Mark and Anjali have served as missionaries to Africa for the past 10 years. They have previously served in Mauritius and South Africa. The Jones family recently arrived on assignment to Swaziland. Mark’s primary ministry will be training ministry leaders and pastors at Swaziland College of Theology and its Extension programs. He will also be assisting in planting new churches. Anjali will be involved in compassion and relief ministry through educating local pastors and churches in HIV-AIDS awareness for community outreach. She will also be assisting in orphan care and education.
Amanda has been serving as a Missionary Associate in Swaziland since the beginning of 2010. She is currently working in the areas of micro-finance and micro-enterprise. Amanda conducts Doing Business God's Way workshops in churches throughout Swaziland. The workshops and micro-enterprises address the poverty struggle throughout the nation. The goal is to see individuals, churches, and pastors better able to meet the needs of their families and communities in a godly way. She desires to see people using their God-given gifts to share the love of Christ in their communities.
Vicki has previously served in Central Africa as a Missionary Associate, and is now joining the Swaziland team to assist in managing the projects currently underway. She will be incorporating many of the Community Health Evangelism (CHE) principles into ongoing work, helping empower the people of Swaziland to meet the needs of their communities. A business professional and teacher, she brings a variety of experiences and strengths to the team. She loves working with children and young people. Her ministry is one of teaching and encouragement, helping individuals discover and develop their gifts and become all God created them to be.
Swaziland is a nation in crisis. It's the first modern day nation predicted to be extinct....by 2029, which is just 14 years away. But we know that we serve a God who is bigger than a death sentence. Where the enemy is fighting to steal life from a nation, God is raising up a new generation and bringing life back into the nation of Swaziland.
Some of the Challenges:
Our vision is for the people of Swaziland to experience life and hope through Jesus Christ as the local church is equipped and empowered to meet the needs of their communities holistically.
Our mission is to empower the local church in Swaziland to be the hands and feet of Christ in their communities.
Matthew 25:35-36 (NIV) "For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me."