Born out of a desire to see the God reach the ends of the earth with the Gospel, and with a special call to the Kingdom of Swaziland, Bound Together: Swaziland Partnership holds forth a simple goal: for the Kingdom of Swaziland, in its entirety, to know and love the Lord. Although the goal is singular and simple, it is not an easy task. The Kingdom of Swaziland presents its own set of challenges in being reached, and Bound Together is a strategic partnership of American Baptist churches and the Baptist Church of Swaziland to share with the unreached of the country. This partnership has identified five core areas of work to assist in this goal, and to facilitate the creation of reproducing disciples in the Kingdom. These areas meet both the spiritual and physical needs of the people, and are biblically based. We desire to be people of the call to the go, found in Matthew 28. To join us in this missions, contact us here.
A multitude from every language and people in the Kingdom of Swaziland knowing and worshipping our Lord Jesus Christ.
Our mission is to make reproducing disciples of all peoples of the Kingdom of Swaziland in fulfillment of the Great Commission.
Core Areas of Work"Bound Together: Swaziland Partnership has identified several key areas of focus for its ministry. These areas of work strive to meet both the physical and spiritual needs of the people of Swaziland. "
Over the past two decades, with the help of missionaries on the field and our own experiences with Swazi culture, we have developed specific evangelism efforts to reach Swaziland.
As God has grown the Gospel in the Kingdom of Swaziland with hundreds of first-generation Christians, the need for biblical discipleship has exploded in the Baptist church of Swaziland.
Infrastructure in Swaziland is both limited and costly; rural buildings are often made up reclaimed materials, mud, and rocks found in the African bush, and cannot withstand the elements.
Swaziland's high rates of HIV/AIDS, TB, and little or no access to basic medical care in the rural areas of the country makes the need for medical care one of the top priorities for the Swaziland Partnership.