Mission Statement: Blessman International, their donors and volunteers bring to South African children and their families God’s love and eternal hope through faith formation and locally sustainable programs that:
• feed hungry people,
• foster food-secure communities,
• offer dignity through provision of basic water and sanitation,
• provide opportunities for child development and learning
• and empowering woman through education and training

Vision: Within the next ten years, every child in Limpopo, South Africa will know eternal hope through Jesus Christ, have access to basic human services, and receive the nurturing support necessary to reach their individual potential.


  • Share unconditional love and acknowledge the dignity within all people
  • Be accountable and transparent to our community, donors and stakeholders
  • Remain focused on developing local solutions and sustainability
  • Use our God-given talents to bring about physical and spiritual restoration through faith in Christ
  • Put our faith and hope in Christ alone

What we believe:

  • We believe in one God, creator of all things revealed in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  • We believe that Jesus is the Son of God, he was born of the Virgin Mary, he is true God and true man, completely holy.
  • We believe the Bible is the Word of God, it is the final authority, and it is divinely inspired and inerrant.
  • We believe Jesus Christ died on the cross shedding His blood and rose again in atonement for our sins giving us eternal life in Him.
  • We believe in order to be forgiven we must repent of our sin and believe that salvation is by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.
  • We believe that Jesus Christ will return as promised and will rule and reign on the earth.
  • We believe in the power of the Lord Jesus, in the resurrection of the dead, it is our belief that the wicked will be judged and the saved will enter a new Heaven and new earth.
  • We believe those who have accepted Jesus Christ’s gift of redemption are a part of the body of Christ regardless of religious denomination.