The Swati speaking people of Swaziland have the Bible in their mother tongue, and more and more people are reading it. However, there is a need for further understanding of the text through the introduction of a Study Bible.

The leadership in the majority of churches in Swaziland is held by lay people who are limited in Biblical knowledge. This limitation extends to the people they lead. The Bible Society in Swaziland hopes that the Study Bible produced will help address these limitations and will be suitable for use by both church leaders and their congregations.


Photo: Ester teaches children who attend Matjetjeni Care Point at Joyela, Swaziland.