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God at work through camp!

Camping can include challenges like transportation arrangements and catering. These challenges can at times seem insurmountable, but we have a God who has no limits. In spite of the challenges or perhaps because of them (2 Corinthians 12:9-10 –

New National Training Co-ordinator

Garland Sam has been appointed as the new SU National Training Co-ordinator. Here he is training the 2017 Foxfire Gap Year teams from African Enterprise. The teams present at the training were from different parts of South Africa and Zambia. Garland

Leading 4WORD

SU has developed the 4Word App to help our leadership teams evaluate the effectiveness of their ministry. There are many opportunities for a young person to encounter Jesus through the Bible during the running of an activity. The actual time of teach

You say quiet time, I say liminal space

Author and theologian Richard Rohr describes liminal space as: “…where we are betwixt and between the familiar and the completely unknown. There alone is our old world left behind, while we are not yet sure of the new existence. That̵

Partnering in Bible distribution

An exciting initiative has developed in the SU Kwazulu Natal regions where the Bible Society have partnered with the SU teams in terms of targeted Bible distribution to key schools in the area. Jayce Naidoo, SU’s Durban Regional Director, is spearh

SU Training Set to Soar!

SU’s National Training Co-ordinator, Diane Evans, has made good strides on the realisation of the online training portal with the likelihood that we may have 12 modules up and running in January 2017. This is massively exciting and will service

Child Protection: A team effort

SU believes that Child Protection is as urgent and important as it’s ever been – and is paying renewed efforts to this key aspect. While it is a great privilege and joy to be involved in ministry with children and teenagers, it is also a massive

Thank you for supporting Delft Holiday Club | SU Western Cape

We have seen tremendous growth within our Delft (Cape Town) holiday club leadership team, especially in our 5 new volunteers who rose to the challenge and ventured out of their comfort zones. This year, we had two programmes: our Junior Programme (Co

Superheroes Holiday Club SU Amatola

Superheroes Holiday Club SU Amatola Matthew Tarboton (Regional Director of SU Amatola) and Dewald van der Walt (a fieldworker new to the SU Amatola team) were involved in the holiday club run at Vincent Methodist Church during the July holidays in Ea

Grade 7 Prefect Camp – Factreton Primary

I cannot describe how thankful I am to the Scripture Union Western Cape Regional office for allowing me to direct a camp this past weekend. Looking back and being in class with the learners during the week of our life skills sessions, the Lord has gi