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SUIS Change of Leadership | SUIS

As you will no doubt be aware, Xavier Moran is to leave SUIS at the end of December after having been the National Director for the past seven years. He and his wife Lara and their two children are moving to Cape Town where Xavier is to join Scriptur

A Tribute to Hazel Krige | SU South Africa

Hazel Krige, nee Mills, widow of Steyn Krige, died in Johannesburg on 6th September 2014. A keen camper as a schoolgirl, she became a popular Scripture Union camp officer. Devoted to children, she had six of her own, and supported child evangelism al

Mission Unstoppable | SU Algoa

“Mission unstoppable” was the theme of our holiday club this June/July holidays, and yes, it was a very exciting season watching kids connect with their creator and engage in a journey which is unstoppable! God has always used kids to pas

Breaking New Ground | SU Durban

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

Stan and Barbara Fish | SU South Africa

Stan and Barbara Fish remain actively involved in the affairs of SU. Stan recently popped in to SU’s National Office with a CSSM hymnal containing the activity leader names from missions in Durban in the early 1900s. The list of names includes many

Scripture Union SA Strategy | SU South Africa

In recent weeks, SU South Africa has embarked on a process to hear from God as to how He wants SU to be positioned and making an impact as part of His mission in SA. In the months of May and June, some 48 interested folk made inputs via online survey

The WordSpace turns TWO!! | SU South Africa

The WordSpace turns 2 years old in August which means we have now sent over 700 posts (that’s more than 70 000 words of content) to young people around Southern Africa and indeed the world! These past few months we have been working on our syst

Honouring the Gilmours | SU South Africa

SU honours the contribution Gwen and Graeme Gilmour have made over many years. Gwen passed away on 29 June this year. Gwen worked for SU, both at HQ and at Park Road. According to Graeme, “Gwen first worked for Eddie Prest at 83 Camp Ground Roa

Overcoming Adversity | SU Durban

We received this wonderful feedback from “S” in KZN and hope it brings you encouragement! I’m a 21 year-old who is thankful to God and everyone who was involved in the writing and publishing of Khula. This SU daily devotional is mea

SCHOOL MISSIONS: Where the battle rages | SUIS

The transition from local church youth ministry to school chaplaincy moved me into my first continuous work with young people who didn’t go to church, weren’t interested in anything religious, and who had some serious questions about God, the Chu