Suria Scholtz serves as a part of the Revive Our Hearts team in South Africa. She and her husband, Coen, are the founders of Ethnos Movement International. Together with their two biological daughters, they have adopted nine Zambian children and fostered five. Two of their adopted kids are disabled. They are also grandparents to eight girls and three boys. For many years, Suria homeschooled various ones of her children.
While living in Zambia, Suria helped develop a discipleship program for missionaries as well as a Teacher’s Training College. She co-founded the Freedom Challenge, an international initiative that raises finances and awareness for women trapped in modern-day slavery. She also led Mums Who Care at a local high school. Suria currently has a weekly program on Radio Namakwaland, a Christian radio station in South Africa. She is a blogger and regularly speaks at women’s retreats and conferences. Suria is passionate about God’s Word, and feels called to extend His Kingdom to all people, tribes, and tongues, through compassionate action.
Suria is the speaker for Awakening Compassion to the Lost.