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Local Church Orphan Care and Bethesda Outreach

A few months ago, Bethesda’s board clarified our vision statement, stating that our vision is: to mobilize churches and individuals to meet the needs of orphans so that they might become disciples of Christ. As I reflect on the previous year, it is easy to count many...

December Child of the Month – T.M.

T is going into Grade 11 next year and she can’t wait. She has been working so hard on her academics and has big goals for her future education. T. is an outstanding athlete and consistently does well in Athletics (Track & Field) as well as in Netball. She is...

November Child of the Month – J.M.

J is nearly 12 and looking forward to Grade 5 in January.  J is a good helper at home and helps keep the boys room clean. He enjoys playing soccer, reading, and playing the drums. He will also help outside by cutting the grass and doing some gardening. Overall, J is...

October Child of the Month – A.M.

A has been a part of the Msiza family for many, many years and he is slowly starting to take some of the leadership in the home. A is a “hands-on, hard-working” type of young man who enjoys working with his Dad doing work around the house (outside) and Bethesda; but,...

Security and Safety at Bethesda Outreach

Psalm 82:3-4 says that we are to “vindicate (defend) the weak and fatherless; do justice to the afflicted and destitute. Rescue the weak and needy; Deliver them out of the hand of the wicked.”  It often seems in this country that there is a general lack of respect for...

Funding for the Fatherless – Costly Choices

Christian giving to orphan care has grown roughly 3X faster than all charitable giving by Americans — 4 years in a row! (Christian Alliance for Orphans website) Their giving seems to indicate that Bible-believing Christians do have a heart for orphaned and vulnerable...

September Child of the Month – J.M.

J is 16 years old and very quickly growing up! J Is a caring person who does well at helping and caring for the  youngest children in his home. He helps around the house doing various chores and is normally quite happy about life. He is not necessarily an outgoing...

Our Mission

Mobilising the local church and its members for the glory of God by: (1) Providing a gospel focused, family centred and church driven orphaned and vulnerable child care ministry and resource centre (2) Reaching out to the church to raise awareness, stimulate compassion and encourage obedience in the care of the fatherless

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