Student Spotlight: Steven Kingstone
Steven Kingstone is a twelve year old boy from Ndirande Malawi. He is the second born son in a family of four children. He lives with his parents there. His father works as a security guard. Steven and his mother enjoy attending church and occasionally attend City Pentecost Church. Steven was unable to attend public school after the second grade and has had to work on the streets for nine years. But thanks be to God that he can continue his education at Agape House! He has even learned to write his own name and can read!
What is your favorite thing about going to Agape House?
The love he receives, the free education offered to him, and the Word of God.
What would you like to be when you grow up?
Because he really admires pilots, Steven also wants to be a pilot (seems that this is a common desire among the Agape House children!).
What is your favorite game to play?
What five words best describe you?
Troublesome. Generous. Short-tempered. hard worker. courageous.
Who are your best friends?
Henry Dickson and Gracious Kingstone.
What is the nicest thing you have ever done for someone?
He gave a friend some of his clothing.
What do you imagine that heaven looks like?
It is very shiny and beautiful.
What is one thing you know about Jesus?
He is the Son of God.
If you could give one gift to every child in the world, what would you give?
Clothing and money.
Heavenly Father, thank you for another day that you have given to us and to Steven. We praise you for having a perfect plan for Steven. Your loving eyes are always on him. He is not alone. You see each of his needs and care about each one. We ask that you would bring him encouragement about your love for him as well as meeting his physical needs. Thank you that Steven can now right his own name. In your name- Amen.
“”Can a woman forget her nursing child And have no compassion on the son of her womb? Even these may forget, but I will not forget you. 16“Behold, I have inscribed you on the palms of My hands; Your walls are continually before Me.“- Isaiah 49:15-16