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Student Spotlight: Blessings Williebroad

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Sixteen year old Blessings Williebroad is from Chitenjere village in Blantyre, Malawi. Blessings is the youngest child in a family of six children. His father died when he was very young. After sixth grade Blessings could not continue his formal education. However, he now attends Agape House and is preparing to take the Primary School Leaving Certificate Examination next year. How awesome!

What is your favorite thing about coming to Agape House?

The hope, education, and food.

What have you learned this week?

He learned about prayer life, how to interact with friends, and how to live peacefully. He has also learned vocabulary words and practiced speaking English. (Congrats! He learned a lot this week!!)

What do you want to be when you grow up?

He wants to be soldier so that he can protect his country.

What is your favorite game to play?


What five words best describe you?

Friendly. Peace Maker. Intelligent. Courageous. Faithful.

Who is your best friend?

Davie Ndala.

What is your happiest memory?

One day a man came to him looking for directions. Because Blessings gave him the right directions, the man rewarded him for his help with money.

What is the nicest thing you have ever done?

He would help a friend anytime they are in need.

What is one thing you  know about Jesus?

He is the Son of God and He performed a lot of miracles.

If you could give one gift to every child in the world, what would you give?

A bicycle.

Heavenly Father, thank you that you love Blessings. We know that his name is fitting and that he is truly a blessing to you and those around him. Thank you for creating him uniquely and perfectly. God, please be with him as he prepares to take his exam. Provide for all of his physical needs, and especially a place to live and call home. Thank you that your eyes are always on Blessings and that you love him.

“I am overcome with joy because of your unfailing love, for you have seen my troubles, and you care about the anguish of my soul.”- Psalm 31: 7

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