Students of Agape House: Maxell Watson
Maxwell Watson is a current student of Agape House Blantyre. At twelve years old, he has found himself receiving new hope and education through learning at Agape House. After he and his grandmother were sent away, Maxwell has been unable to find a safe place to call home. Therefore, sadly, he is still currently living on the streets. He says that he is proud of himself for being at Agape where he gets both education and hope.
This week at school, he learned about addition in mathematics, practiced his English, and heard the story of David and Goliath. Maxwell aspires to be a police officer because he wants to protect Malawi. For the future, he hopes to become further education, get a good job, get married, and have his own family. If he could, he says he would give food and clothes to all of the street children in the world.
Humble. Hardworking. Kind. Prayerful. Patient.
Heavenly Father, Maxwell is without a home. He needs safety, security, and the necessities to not just survive but to thrive. We ask you to bless him with your favor with these things. You can gladly provide them. You are a good giver and we know you love Maxwell. Thank you for creating him to love his family, for having hope when life is bleak, and the desire to protect and help others. In Jesus’ name.