Questions answered by the youth:
How was your childhood/your adolescence?
My childhood was very nice as I grew up alongside my parents that I love very much and my adolescence has been very nice too because my parents really care for me.
Do you believe you have accomplished in your life what you had hoped for?
No, not yet.
What do you want to do with your life? What are your dreams?
My dream is to reach my goal so that I can help my parents and also the poor.
How is your personal relationship with God?
It is not very good, but I am trying to have a good relationship with God.
How have the following helped you in your life:
The Sacraments: To help increase my faith.
Personal Prayer: Sometimes.
Community Prayer: Yes
Bible Study: Yes
How is your relationship with your family (siblings, parents, grandparents, uncles, etc.)?
What things in your life have troubled you personally?
No, nothing has troubled me yet.
Who had impacted your life most? How?
St. John Bosco because he was a friend of young people.
Have you experienced God's faithfulness in your life? How?
Family: I have witnessed the love of God through my family in the love that they have for me.
Have you asked God about dating and what DO YOU think it is?
Do you believe that your life is a witness of your Love for God?
A little but I am trying to be an instrument for God.
What areas in your life are most difficult to change? Have you asked for help?
Changing my behavior towards others. I ask God to help me with this.
On your scholarship commitment, what did you commit to at the beginning of the year?
Do you believe you have accomplished this? What has been the most difficult and why?
Yes I have completed. Some of the work has been difficult because I am not used to these rules.
What class subject is the most difficult for you?
English and math
Anything else you would like to share?
Thank you in advance for your prayers and for your consideration in sponsoring me financially in my studies.