Wayne & Ingrid Wilson - Swaziland Several of you have been asking questions about the church that we serve, The Kukhany'okusha Zion Church. So, we have prepared this document to answer all of your questions.Read more
Dear Friends & Family,
Grace and peace from the Kingdom of Swaziland. That’s right, a real kingdom with a king, a royal this and that, and sense of history and culture that is beyond Western comprehension. In fact, Swaziland is the last remaining “true monarchy” on the earth. Two of the most familiar questions that people regularly ask us in e-mails are: 1) Have we ever met the king and 2) what is the wildlife like in Swaziland? And to answer those questions, let us tell you about our experiences in both arenas.
Grace and peace to each of you in the name of the Living Christ.
During the past few months we have received several e-mails and letters inquiring about our lives in Swaziland. Common questions like: “What is the weather like?” “What is the food like?” and “Have you assimilated yet” are regular, but good questions. Therefore, we have decided to write an article entitled “What Lies Beneath: Real Life Experiences in Swaziland” in recognition of the fact that everything that looks the same on the outside is not the same on the inside. In other words, many things that looked and felt familiar when we first arrived became distinctively different over time. Here are just a few examples. A new one comes up at least once a week. Who knows, if we collect enough of them we may end up writing a book someday (smile)