SU Durban breaking new grounds with Professor Naresh Malhotra of USA, Pastor Cele from Umlazi and the AIM project team members. Temple Valley Secondary at Verulam opened its door for future ministry . Sharing his testimony at 3 school assemblies and a motivational talk to 2 schools with different grades It took Prof. Naresh two days to reach 1521 young people from these schools. Pastor Cele is keen on brokering a partnership with Scripture Union for ministry in the Umlazi’s schools.
SU Key volunteer Merlene Matthew running the SU programme at Umbogwintwini Primary for the Grade 4 – 7 learners. Merlene who helps with their family business makes time to connect with the young people for Christ. Merlene also co-ordinates the giving back to the community project with learners from this school.
SU Durban Regional Director
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